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!
Site of great biological interest "Natura 2000" and natural forest reserve.
This 11th century Romanesque church, which has undergone major alterations over the years, is built of limestone, iron sandstone and pudding stone in the grounds of the former cemetery.
The romantic remains of a 14th century count's residence - Exceptional heritage of Wallonia (Outside the village - 2 km).
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
From medieval fortress to pleasure castle - Exceptional heritage of Wallonia (Outside the village - 5 km)
Like a tower moored to a large vessel, the imposing silhouette of the Saint-Roch church stands out in the Soiron landscape.
Mozet, a Condruzian village with an extremely homogeneous and harmonious traditional building.
Dated 1646, a large orange-red vessel in the green landscape of Sosoye.
Honnelles: one commune and two rivers
With its back to the Place de la Halle, the silhouette of Saint-Jacques-le-Majeur church dominates the town and the countryside below
From its square, open to the landscape, the traditional buildings of the village flow out - Listed monument.
A 19th century neo-Romanesque building as a promontory above the village of Celles.
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