Our villages vary between rural heritage, classified monuments and remarkable sites. Whether castles, farms, churches or abbeys, traditional buildings, rural or natural heritage, discover the must-see Most Beautiful Villages of Wallonia!
Vintage "1738", a narrow and slender silhouette, adorned with a palette of materials drawn from the immediate environment to fit in with the village building context.
A deep valley and a "White Water" which owes its name to the clear, "white" aspect of this water which flows along a meander dug in a limestone subsoil.
In the heart of the village, the Old Lime Tree stands tall.
Evidence of the village's brewing activity since 1847.
An old mill and ancient galleries dug into the limestone rock as a place of residence for magical beings...
A network of hedgerows separating the areas of livestock and crops as a landscape identity of the Pays de Herve.
Witnesses of domestic life in the past, the washhouses illustrate the functions linked to water in rural life in the past.
From the medieval fortress to the pleasure castle - Exceptional heritage of Wallonia (Outside the village - 3 km).
The banks of the streams in Crupet bear witness to the presence of numerous mills in the past.
In the heart of the woods, a rocky escarpment several million years old! (Outside the village - 5 km)
A family farm in the heart of the village.
Dated 1646, a large orange-red vessel in the green landscape of Sosoye.
The association Les Plus Beaux Villages de Wallonie (The Most Beautiful Villages of Wallonia) oversees a network of 32 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