Paced by the joyful melody of the Molignée's curves, Sosoye extends along the main street by the river. Its limestone houses are nestled at the foot of the Ranzinelle Mountain.
Crupet is immersed in a lush natural environment, dotted with streams and typical narrow streets where mills once operated. The devil watches from his cave; below, the Maison Forte watches.
A little jewel nestled in the heart of the Condroz, Chardeneux offers an unspoilt rural setting. Its narrow streets, where magnificent stone buildings stand side by side, invite you to take a walk.
Nestled between copses, meadows and gardens, Mozet is slow to emerge from its medieval lethargy: a castle and houses made of slate and local stone, grottos, and caverns tell its story.
Whether they are called Spanish House, Pink Farm or a Courtyard Farm, they take the throne at the village entrance and are real heritage jewels. Ragnies is proud of them and would forget its marshes.
Flanked on a hillside, the village unfolds its streets, alleys and stairs like a waterfall towards the Viroin. Bathed in exceptional flora and fauna, the houses stand at the foot of the castle.
Between the light and dark grey tones, the limestone houses of Ny respond to the many fountains present. The water sings and lulls the streets with a gentle melody.
Nicknamed 'The Belgian Provence', Torgny delights with its golden façades and red-tiled roofs. Bathed in a mild climate, the nonchalant vine gives southern accents to our aperitifs.
Hidden behind the small shale farms, "Pépé crochet" sits at the edge of the watering hole. He tells us about life in the days of this charming rustic village's tobacco drying sheds and washhouses.
Barbençon, flanked by its medieval castle, opens the doors to the history of marble and glass workers. Its historic centre is brimming with characterful houses, and its lake invites relaxation.
More than ten centuries old, Montignies-sur-Roc is rich in a thousand and one stones. Its charming heritage is heightened by the Petite Honnelle, which flows here and there through the village.
Nestled in a valley surrounded by hills, Celles reveals its hidden treasures along the streets. Discover its romantic castle and collegiate church, a true masterpiece of Roman art!
Strange building this thistle dryer with its 160 holes! It is not the only treasure of Soiron: two castles, pretty and peaceful alleys, orchards and groves in the heart of the Pays de Herve.
At the corner of a path, a stone bed emerges, empty! In these inspiring lands, legends are popular. The sandstone and half-timbered houses, all with flowers, add to the village's charm.
Made up of small districts organised in clusters around the main street, the village lies in the hollow of four valleys. The light-coloured façades contrast with the blue roofs and the green landscape
Well protected behind the hill overlooking the Hermeton valley, this small village of about fifty beautiful houses and stone farms still lives to the rhythm of the seasons and the work in the fields.
Perched on its rock on the banks of the Vesdre, Limbourg is proud: this former stronghold has preserved its magnificent mansions and alleys like a treasure, taking you back to the Middle Ages.
Mirwart seems quiet, abandoned in the middle of towering forests and sparse ponds. The old stone and half-timbered farmhouses form a hedge of honour with the castle. Time is at rest.
Perched on a promontory, Gros-Fays offers magnificent views of the Semois valley. The village exudes tranquillity with its castle farm, old brewery, and slate houses.
Just like the neighbouring village of Mélin, Saint-Remy-Geest walks its bright white streets and alleys and the time spent with them becomes a treasure of plenitude.
To admire the towers of the prestigious castle farm, cross the thousand and one twists and turns of the Molignée and Flavion valleys, the cosy cradles where Falaën is located.
With the cobbled streets as a guide, entering this village is like walking through history: the listed church, the town hall, and houses of varying styles tell the story of past centuries.
Aubechies is more than a journey through time; it is history reborn in the heart of a living archaeological site, around a rural setting, traditional farms and a prestigious castle.
Thon and Samson were united for the better: rich in nature, Samson seduced Thon and its beautiful Condroz building. The two of them adorn the landscapes of meadows and coppices that embrace them in te
Our and its river share a valley that has eroded over time. Typical of the Ardennes, the old low sandstone houses are well preserved. Walks and gastronomy compete for the moment.
In the heart of the village, between the old castle farm, the farmhouse and the limestone church, the old lime tree dominates with its 3.77 m circumference and will tell you about its former Lords.
Blue, red, mauve and yellow flash across the façades of the houses in the main street. In Sohier, flowers are as important as the castle and the richness of the stone houses.
Coquettish and precious, Mélin's magnificent residences, all in white stone, stand at the edge of fields and woods. The light shows off, and the resulting sculpted landscapes are captivating.
Lompret is hiding a queen: nature. If the silhouette of the old feudal castle can still be made out, the Eau Blanche, a generous river, buzzes around the majestic, century-old yew trees.
Set amidst orchards and hedgerows, Olne lazes around in its old Mosan-style buildings. It used to be a place of bustling industry, but now it is a place where people can enjoy the moment.
Between Chassepierre and the Semois, which shines the brightest? Under the summer sun, the river dreams of stars while the village beams with the applause of the international street arts festival.
The association Les Plus Beaux Villages de Wallonie (The Most Beautiful Villages of Wallonia) oversees a network of 31 villages, bearers of a strong territorial identity and reflecting traditional architecture. It is committed to promoting the rural, cultural and natural heritage of Wallonia and is a part of the development of local and responsible tourism.More information