Scattered on a slope facing South, the village gently descends to a stream meandering trough wet meadows.
Province: Namur City: Somme-Leuze
The octagonal spire flanked by four turrets of the Romanesque church leads you to the sqaure, the heart of the village. From there radiate charming little streets that summer reveals very flowery. The setting is representative of the Condroz regionnal architecture of the 18th and 19th centuries, presenting a general harmony, where traditional buildings of gray limestone walls and black slate roofs dominate developments. Also, the variety of volumes and various small constructions, located along contour terrain, created an architectural quality that animates the space of the streets. You will discover a peaceful village which combines agricultural and residential use. Be sure to quench your thirst at the fountain!
Set in a preserved landscape, this small village is an ideal starting for hikes in the Condroz countryside. Close by, the hamlet of Vervoz is a picturesque farming estate.