Places to visit

There is a lot to do in the surrounding area! At the campsite, we have compiled a folder with information on fun activities and attractions in the area. Book your pitch now, enjoy not only our cosy campsite, but also discover the beautiful region we are in. Here are some great ideas:

Road trip Gaume region

From the campsite we have mapped out a beautiful road trip that guides you over 120 kilometres through the Gaume region with several highlights such as the Abbey of Orval, the citadel of Montmedy and the most southern beautiful village of Belgium, Torgny. 

At the campsite you will find information about this and much more in the form of sheets and GPS files.

Au coeur de l'Ardoise & CapNature (5 km)

Descend 25 metres underground and discover what it used to be like to be an Ardennes miner. How about something a bit more exciting? Push your limits at CapNature which you will also find on the domain. They offer adventure courses for all ages and all levels: from monkey bridges to Tarzan jumps!

Les Cavaliers de Saint-Remacle (2 km)

Discover the Semois Valley on horseback together with horse-riding instructors Cécile a Michel. They are not only experienced riders, but also a source of information on the region’s fauna and flora. You can ride together for a few hours, a day or even several days, in a group or privately.

Abdij Notre-Dame d’Orval (26,5 km)

Orval Abbey, founded in 1132, is one of Belgium’s most remarkable Cistercian abbeys. Today, it is still home to a community of monks who make Orval’s famous beer and cheese. Visit the ruins and museum and taste the delicious cheeses and beers. The green Orval on draught is highly recommended!

Kasteel van Bouillon (20 km)

Visit one of Belgium’s largest fortified castles and travel through 1,000 years of history. The castle towers high above Bouillon and offers stunning views over the city. Let yourself be guided through the many corridors and rooms in the castle and attend the falconry show in the courtyard.

In July and August, you can also visit the castle at night by torchlight together with a guide dressed as in the Middle Ages.