Go on a discovery of rural Wallonia, rich in the diversity of its landscapes and its soil! From small walks to long hikes, cross through the characterful villages. Authentic landscapes, rural heritage, local traditions and tastes: everything is right there within reach..…
Go on a discovery of magnificent landscapes, rural heritage and must-see places at your own pace: our “itineraries” criss-cross picturesque Wallonia and its Most Beautiful Villages of the whole region according to your wishes, by car, motorbike, or bicycle.
This 90-kilometre tour reveals the beauties of 4 beautiful and authentic villages for discovering one of the most emblematic regions of Wallonia.
Discover the Condroz! This contemporary art trail also allows you to discover the magnificent landscapes of Condruz, a land of authentic flavours and a preserved built heritage!
Discover the beautiful villages in the Land of Lakes! Over a distance of about 100 km, this tour reveals the beauty of the 5 Beautiful Villages in the region.
As you travel through the Pays de Herve and Vesdre, explore the landscapes and the remarkable built heritage of the region's 4 beautiful villages.
Take off on one of our small walks to discover the rural heritage and the authentic setting that make each of our villages a particularly enchanting place to visit.
Laforêt, an Ardennes village in the commune of Vresse-sur-Semois, is situated on the left bank of the Semois.
Mirwart is a small picturesque village that time seems to have spared.
In the depths of a landscape combining the gentleness of the Pays de Herve with the diversity of the Ardennes mountains, only the slate-coloured spire of the church betrays the presence of Olne!
In the hollow of the narrow valley of the Crupet and its tributaries, the modest beauty of the stone houses, gracefully nestled in a peaceful and undulating environment, will charm your visual senses.
The village nestles in the hollow of the Our valley, gently eroded over time.
A southern village in Lorraine, Torgny is protected from the northern breezes by the surrounding forest.
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.
Nestled in a gently undulating agricultural landscape bordered by woods, the town plays the role of a flirt.
In the heart of an amphitheatre-like valley, in a gentle landscape, Nobressart appears.
Located in the Hauts-Pays Natural Park, the village owes its name to its location on a rock dominated by the Notre-Dame church.
The heart of Lompret is nestled about 5 kilometres from Chimay.
The meandering of the wild and picturesque Molignée will lead you to the heart of Sosoye, whether you come from Falaën or Maredret.
In the image of its neighbour Mélin, Saint-Remy-Geest has a white glow throughout its streets and alleys.
Small in size but very lively because of its terroir and inhabitants, this village of the "true Condroz" has more than one asset to seduce you.
Welcome to the footsteps of Saint-Hadelin, to Celles, in the Namur Condroz.
Dear visitors, as you look out over Clermont from its 17th-century church, don't you get dizzy at the sight of all those pretty weather vanes in the sky?
Aubechies is a little green village near Beloeil in the province of Hainaut.
Historically distinguished, Thon and Samson are now united in a dual locality asserting its Condroz identity.
Chassepierre most likely owes its name to the two Latin words "Casa Petra, " meaning "house of stone".
Mozet is surrounded by greenery: meadows, groves and gardens surround this charming little village with a medieval feel.
In the deep part of the Famenne and Ardenne regions, in this green environment emerges a grey-tinted silhouette with everything to please...
Nestled in the heart of a wide valley with wooded ridges and two streams, the village subtly blends stone and water.
Reminiscent of a very powerful lordship, the locality is mentioned as early as 874.
The former capital of the former Duchy of Limbourg, Limbourg is unique because of its strategic position on the banks of the Vesdre, between the Herve bocage and the Ardennes massif.
Not far from Thuin, bordered to the south by the Bois du Luiseul and to the north by the Bois des Agaises, Ragnies stretches along the Marais stream.
From the heights, your eye zooms in on the village and the castle of the Counts of Hamal.
The village lies in a beautiful green setting, away from the main roads, which gives its streets a traditional atmosphere.
The birthplace of the Lords of Barbençon, the village was renowned for its glass and marble work.
On the edge of the Fagne-Famenne region, the high wooded slopes unfold a village with a traditional silhouette in a gently undulating landscape of farmland and meadows.
As an Ardennes’ reflection, Gros-fays is made up of traditional stone houses.
A green refuge of groves, orchards and grasslands in the hollow of a valley watered by the clear waters of the Bola, Soiron is discreet but not forgotten.
With our long hikes, go on an adventure across the landscapes that form the backdrop to our Beautiful Villages.
The pretty village of Our is set in a landscape gently shaped over time by the river of the same name.
The aptly named Laforêt is located along the Semois in the heart of the Ardennes woodland.
On the banks of a river, Vierves-sur-Viroin is embellished by the green meadows and limestone hills surrounding it.
Starting from the charming village of Montignies-sur-Roc, this route winds its way through the valleys of the Petite and Grande Honnelle.
Embedded in a deep gorge, the small village of Sosoye flourishes in a widening valley where the waters of the Molignée meander lazily.
Go and meet the "Real Condroz" by discovering the delicate village of Chardeneux!
In the Namur Condroz, the village of Thon-Samson is set in a shimmering landscape overlooking the valleys of the Meuse and the Samson.
In Clermont, you can plunge into the unique landscape of the Pays de Herve with both feet.
Mozet is nestled in a green setting in the hollows of the Condroz hills.
Gros-Fays is an island of greenery with traditional schist houses in the middle of its meadows and farmland.
In the Famenne region of Liège, the peaceful village of My will delight heritage lovers and hiking enthusiasts.
Crupet flourishes in a tumultuous relief shaped by several streams running down its peaks.
The beautiful village of Ragnies stands out in the countryside with names like Blanchamps, Cocriamont, Gravelotte and Champs du Marais.
An undulating refuge of grassland and orchards sprinkled with hedgerows, Soiron sits in the cosy nest of a valley shaped by the clear waters of the Bola.
Renowned for its International Street Arts Festival, Chassepierre also seduces with its idyllic setting cradled by the waters of the Semois.
The village of Aubechies is set against a backdrop of crops and meadows where the eye can wander in a particularly rural setting.
In the heart of a narrow meander of the Eau Blanche, the small village of Lompret emerges in a site shrouded in greenery.
On the edge of the Ardennes, Nobressart stretches out in a hemicycle of soft green.
A land of history, the life of the village is inseparable from the seigneury of Barbençon.
From its rocky promontory, the capital of the former Duchy of Limbourg, the former stronghold of Limbourg, overlooks the narrow meander of the Vesdre.
Nestled in the valley of the Saint-Hadelin stream, Celles is an authentic pearl of the Namur Condroz.
Ny owes its beauty to the subtle combination of stone and water.
On the borders of the Fagne-Famenne region of Namur, Soulme reveals itself to the most adventurous.
Torgny is situated on the southern slope of a cuesta (hillside) and benefits from a privileged microclimate. It reigns there like a little air of Provence.
Near Maredsous and the Molignée valley, Falaën reveals its limestone habitat from which emerge the church tower and the three high towers of the castle farm.
Nature lovers will enjoy the vast forests surrounding the village of Mirwart.
A short distance from Jodoigne, Mélin is hidden in a hilly agricultural landscape bordered by woods.
In a colourful environment of pastures, groves and crops, Sohier unfolds before your eyes many old stone farmhouses on the spine of a ridge.
A hike that takes you to new heights. From the Bois d'Olne ridge, you can admire a superb panorama of the village. As well as the edge of the Ardennes region.
An enchanting walk to discover the superb megalithic monuments, which form the core of the folklore of the most beautiful village of Wéris.
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