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Between woods and valleys, this picturesque village reveals the charm of its narrow streets and abundant built heritage, composed of many mills and its famous fortified house topped by the oldest wooden hoarding in Wallonia still standing!

With its cave dedicated to Saint Anthony of Padua, the heritage is also unique. Nature has not been forgotten. Enjoy the trails through the typical Condroz countryside and admire the diversity of the surrounding landscape.

Tourist sites

  • Tourist Office and cave dedicated to Saint Anthony of Padua
  • Fortified house: exceptional heritage of Wallonia
  • Landscape interest and panorama perimeter: Condroz landscape
  • Remarkable trees: field maple and pedunculate oak
  • Hamlet of Jassogne: secular broad-leaved lime tree (remarkable tree) and 17th century Cense
  • Remarkable trees: pedunculate oak
  • “Bois sur la Ville”: Natura 2000 area (beech alder forest and native deciduous forests)
  • Saint-Martin church square and its centuries-old lime tree

Practical information

!!! Le chantier de travaux d’aménagement du cœur de Crupet a débuté ce 22 août 2022. Le cœur du village reste accessible à pied.

Pour plus d’info, RDV sur le site de la commune d’Assesse.


Ce circuit vous est proposé en partenariat avec l’Office du Tourisme d’Assesse.

Office du Tourisme d’Assesse
7 Rue Haute
5332 Crupet
Tél : +3283668578
Site web

See the GPX map of the walk See the PDF of the walk
of kilometres: 
8,2 km

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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.

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