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It reigns there like a little air of Provence.

The golden hues of the facades, the red-tiled roofs and the vineyards reinforce this impression.

Between the forest massif, the vast countryside and the local stone heritage, you can discover all the qualities of this southern nugget at your own pace. Did you know that the first nature reserve in Belgium was created in Torgny? You will find a Mediterranean type of fauna and flora there.

We can tell you; this beautiful village is well worth a visit!

Tourist sites

  • Remarkable hermitage and tree line: Large-leafed lime trees
  • Cross of the Aisements
  • Area of remarkable hedges: Mixed hedges (Blackthorn, Hawthorn…)
  • Ruisseau de Radru: Site of Great Biological Interest “Natura 2000
  • Beech wood with sweet woodruff: Plant used to make Maitrank (local drink)
  • Cuesta “bajocienne”: Relief alternating a steep hillside (front)
  • Raymond Mayné nature reserve: First nature reserve in Belgium
  • Vineyards
  • Old wash house : listed monument
  • Landscape interest area: All along the route!

Practical information

Ce circuit vous est proposé en partenariat avec le Syndicat d’Initiative « Le Méridional ».

Syndicat d’initiative Le méridional
Place Albert Paul, 6
6767 Torgny
Tél: +32(0)63/57 83 81
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of kilometres: 
7,8 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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