Along the edge of the Fagne-Famenne region, in a landscape of fields and meadows, just beneath the wooded ridge, the slate bell tower of the romanesque church of St. Walburgaa announces the presence of the village.
Before you escape into the surrounding countryside to discover the boulders and the legends they inspired, within Wallonia's most prestigious megalithic site (the bed of the Devil, the Pierre Haina and Pas-Bayard) be shure to stroll arround the irregular streets and footpaths. The lover of beautiful old stones will quickly enchanted by this rural village. The heritage houses and farms, who's walls are timbered or made of limestone and sandstone, together with the common oven and the small chapels will take you back in time.
A visit to the House Megalith will usefully complement your stroll and give you an opportunity to enjoy a cold Dolmenius...
© Photographies: 4 Christian Collet / 1-2,8-17 Mark Rossignol / 3 François Delfosse / 5-7 PBVW