Falaën : between Meuse and Molignée
At the edge of a gently undulating landscape enhanced by the ruins of the Montaigle castle, Falaën and the beautiful diversity of its monumental, scenic, and cultural heritage can be discovered.
Are you ready for a 2.5-kilometre walk between the Meuse and Molignée to discover Falaën?
Located on both sides of a small valley and watered by the Molignée and the Floyon, the village is characterised by its limestone habitat from which emerge the bell tower of the church and the three high towers of the castle farm. The heart of the village, around the church square, is made up of traditional houses, characteristic of Condroz architecture.
A habitat that is decorously enhanced by simple and harmonious flowering that is revealed in the summer season.
To end your walk on an original note, and as long as your legs can keep up, get on a horse-drawn carriage and set off along this beautiful valley of the Molignée!
Panneau de départ à l’Eglise de Falaën
1 Try des Bruyères
Syndicat d’Initiative Onhaye
Rue les Communes, 23 – 5523 Weillen
+32(0)82/69 95 15
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