The smallest town in the world
The town of Durbuy, surrounded by beautiful natural landscapes, and bathed by the Ourthe,lies in a former river bend. Durbuy is of course famous for being the smallest town in the world, but is also a beautiful little town…Take leisurely walk through the narrow cobbled streets lined with historic buildings, and you will definitely fall under its spell! The town is overlooked by a hilltop castle, and is the perfect destination for hikers, adventure sports lovers and gourmets!
Surrounded by rolling hills and verdant woodland, the Town of Durbuy lies in the heart of a council that boasts many treasures, such as Wéris, one of the “Most Beautiful Villages of Wallonia”, that is mainly known for the exceptional dolmens and menhirs that are dotted around the landscape. Durbuy is also home to exceptional geological phenomena such as the anticline (also known locally as Homalius’ rock), the cave of Verlaine and many other remarkable caverns and distinctive rock formations….
Durbuy is also home to an exceptional heritage (the corn exchange, the Saint Nicolas church), the Megaliths Museum, a beautiful topiary park, the “la Petite Merveille” Adventure Park, canoeing down the River Ourthe, a giant corn maze…