Enjoy a stroll in this wooded area, mainly populated by English oaks, beeches and hornbeams, not forgetting the forest veteran, an over 400-years-old oak.
Still in the pastoral setting of the Solre woods, check out the old boundary marks showing the border between Holland and France in 1819.
Do not miss the impressive sight of the old quarries, where sandstone and quartzite were mined for road building and construction purposes.
Located in a wooded area on the right bank of the river Thure, these areas are an invitation to relax and enjoy the view of its lakes and water courses,...Read more
In the early 20th century, this company's white-veined grey marble was exported all over the world: Antwerp Zoo, the Courthouse, the Palace of the Crown...Read more
Take the time to relax in this rural location forming a jumble of steep-sided craters and enjoy the splendid panoramic view of the Sambre Valley.
Geologically diversified Géoparc's attraction is reflected in its firm commitment to the development of scientific discovery tourism as promoted by the...Read more
Travel back in time in this 14th century building, and explore its French-style gardens made up of a succession of terraces stretching back as far as the...Read more
Listed since 2000 as "One of Wallonia's finest villages", Ragnies owes its reputation to its numerous 17th century farms (route starting from the MarketSquare).