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Indicating the Ardennes massif, the dark, wooded crown of the vast Anlier forest covers the village to the north. To the south and east, meadows and crops announce the gently undulating landscapes of Lorraine.

In the village, the farms, most of which are attached to each other, are adorned with a typically Lorraine-coloured plaster, giving the whole a very soft impression. This short and pleasant walk will lead you through a rural landscape to the Notre-Dame chapel and its vast panorama over the first Lorraine cuesta!

Tourist sites

  • Former wash house
  • Former quarry: Site of Great Biological Interest “Natura 2000
  • Burgknapp: circular enclosure with a defensive role perched on a rocky spur
  • Former tramway: Arlon-Martelange
  • Native deciduous forests: Site of Great Biological Interest “Natura 2000
  • Notre-Dame chapel and remarkable tree: Small-leaved lime tree
  • Panorama: Landscape and first Lorraine “coast”, called the Sinémurian cuesta
  • Wet meadows: Site of Great Biological Interest “Natura 2000

Practical information

Ce circuit vous est proposé en partenariat avec le Syndicat d’Initiative du Val d’Attert.

Syndicat d’initiative du Val d’Attert
Voie de la Liberté, 107
6717 Attert
Tél. : +32(0)63 23 62 88
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of kilometres: 
5 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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