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This pleasant 6-kilometre walk takes you on a discovery of the town’s points of interest.

Comfortably nestled in its green setting, Mirwart is surrounded by nothing but forest. Farmhouses and old farms have kept their ancestral characteristics in this green landscape: half-timbering, old stones and old bricks are still today the prerogative of the built heritage. The main road leads to the castle.

Imposing but humble, this listed building has been there since the Middle Ages. Repeatedly damaged by wars and revolutions but always rebuilt and improved, it overlooks the river Lhomme from its rocky spur.

At the foot of the village, nestled against the forest, are the fish ponds of the Provincial Domain.

This mixture of old stones and a 100% natural setting will delight lovers of beautiful things!

Tourist sites

  • Church of Saint Roch
  • Statue of the Sower
  • Three-celled house (n°37)
  • Mirwart Castle (private property)
  • Old mill /
  • Ponds and fish farm
  • Icehouse
  • Cross of the Bucherons
  • Half-timbered building (N°21)

Practical information


Place du marché, 15 – 6870 Saint-Hubert

+32(0)61/61 30 10

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of kilometres: 
6 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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