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!
Characteristic of a secular model, and set on the large walled base of the cemetery, the Saint-Laurent church has dominated the village since 1820 - Listed monument
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.
Exceptional archaeological heritage of Wallonia (Outside the village - 5 km)
On the foundations of a keep dating from 1616, this pleasant pleasure castle is set in the middle of a richly wooded landscape - privately owned.
Dating back to 1686, the Jospein farmhouse is built around a farmyard with its dwellings, outbuildings and other traditional volumes.
From feudal castle to monastery (outside the village - 1 km).
'Neo-Roman' chapel bordering the south-eastern entrance to the village of Falaën.
Vintage "1765", an imposing building to display power and wealth - Listed monument.
The former presbytery of Crupet, dated 1654, forms a listed site with the church of Saint-Martin, the adjacent old cemetery, the church square and the lime tree.
At the northern entrance to the village, a building straight out of the imagination of its designer and owner.
Successively fortified terraces, vegetable gardens and, nowadays, terraced gardens to be discovered during an original walk - Exceptional heritage of Wallonia (Outside the village - 5 km)
Some of the traditional houses in Mirwart still proudly bear witness to an old building technique.
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.