Along the Ourthe
Hotton, a renowned strategical site, is crossed from East to West by the river Ourthe. The Hotton church is renowned for its church organs, but the area has a lot to offer : the town park, the old bandstand, the island of Oneux which is often quite animated, the Faber water mill, Riveo, the British cemetery, a RAVeL foot- and cycle path….
The fairy-tale caves of Hotton are definitely essential sightseeing !
In Melreux, you can admire the listed Saint-Peter’s church and adjoining castle-farm.
The lovely little village of Ny - which is one of the “Most Beautiful Villages in Wallonia” - boasts a 17th century church, a majestic castle-farm, with charming fountains dotted throughout the village.
We definitely recommend you take in the pretty countryside villages of Werpin, Marenne and Hampteau...
The pretty, flowered village of Menil-Favay is home to the British cemetery, where 666 Commonwealth soldiers who were killed in action, rest in peace.