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!
Its steep limestone slopes, shaped over the centuries by man and extensive grazing, are today a jewel in our natural heritage - listed site.
The homogeneity of the limestone exterior Vs an interior rich in architectural details - listed monument.
A traditional house shaped to adapt to the rigours of the region's climate.
A single room on the ground floor and a bedroom upstairs for this house which had all the amenities.
At the end of the Austrian period, a house from 1790 with a Mansard roof
One of the first nature reserves in Belgium, established on a former communal quarry and limestone grasslands.
Reminiscent of the old tobacco activity, they enliven the picturesque village of Laforêt with their centuries-old frames.
Characteristic of Lorraine's villages, the usoirs give the village typology a very special character.
Evidence of the village's brewing activity since 1847.
From the old fortified lordly farm to the castle-farm.
In the footsteps of Saint Anthony of Padua or...the devil - Listed site
Designed by Victor Horta, the adaptation of Art Nouveau to a rural context - private property
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