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The must-sees

  • Village: Listed architectural ensemble composed of traditional Condroz limestone buildings
  • Mozet Castle (17th c.): A castle developed from a medieval keep forming a quadrilateral accessible through a dovecote porch
  • Royer Farm and Tower (beginning 17th c.): Important limestone structures from which emerges a remarkable tower-porch, former seigneurial dwelling – Listed monument
  • Mount Sainte-Marie: A rural hamlet centred on the former parish church which has lost its spire – Listed monument (Outside the village – 2 km)
  • The Goyet Grottos: One of the most prestigious prehistoric sites to visit in Belgium and Europe (Outside the village – 1 km) – Exceptional Heritage of Wallonia


Made of stones and gardens

Amidst imposing farms and plush houses flanked by magnificent gardens, the Saint-Lambert church has decided to lounge around on its hilltop. The square farms remind us that the village of Mozet was alive in the time of the Lords: the Douxflamme Farm, the first mentions of which echo the presence in this location of a tower in 1289 belonging to the Lords of Mozet, the Royer Farm (listed tower), and the Mozet Castle located a little further away on the heights. In the past, these farms were the main focus of agricultural activity. The buildings, made of grey limestone and black slate roofs, give the village particular uniformity and charm. In fact, the old centre is listed. A small, quiet stream, the Tronquoy, courses through the narrow streets.

On the outskirts of the village, nature is everywhere: meadows, copses and woods complete this rural and relaxing landscape. A 4 km interpretation tour with educational boards will guide you through the village. A detour to the hamlet of Goyet will complete your visit. There are grottos and caves, as well as listed rocks at the place called “Les Forges.”


Maison du Tourisme Condroz-Famenne
Place Monseu, 23
5590 Ciney
Tél. : +32 (0) 86/ 40 19 22
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Service Culture et Tourisme de Gesves
Chaussée de Gramptinne, 112
5340 Gesves
Tél. : + 32 (0) 83/ 67 02 14
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The association Les Plus Beaux Villages de Wallonie (The Most Beautiful Villages of Wallonia) oversees a network of 31 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.