Of farms and flowers…
As soon as spring breaks, the villagers lovingly decorate their village with a wealth of gaily-coloured flowers.
This charming village in Wellin is home to a rich architectural heritage and numbers many beautifully renovated and traditional houses, among which 13 farmhouses, built in the typical Famenne style.
While you stroll through the village – which basically is one large, single street- you can admire scenic views on the open, varied landscape surrounding the village, a village which is dotted with many treasures : the old village school, the Saint-Lambert church (1870) and its presbytery, the big oak and…last but not least, the castle (private property) tucked away behind the leafy trees.
The village is also home to the chapel Our-Lady of the seven sorrows (1860) that sits on a hilltop at a short distance from the village.
A beautiful lane lined with linden trees takes you to this minute oratory.