With its shops, restaurants, lively centre and the Warchenne recreational area (playground, Tourist Info, Tennis, Pétanque, ...), it is the ideal starting point for a bike ride on the Ravel or on foot, on the heights or in the valley.
Behind its quiet appearance, in the middle of the meadows, there are some surprises: its signposted walks (accessible to PRMs) will help you discover them, while the Ravel will take you to other destinations.
Clinging like a mountain village between the Warche and Bayehon valleys on the one hand, and the Fagnard plateau on the other. With Reinhardstein Castle below and the ski slope at the top, there is no shortage of attractions.
The nearby countryside, with its natural treasures, and the Prussian railway station, through which the Ravel river flows, have shaped its special identity. Numerous unusual sites and monuments line the marked routes in and around the village.
An impressive dam, a relaxing lake, a welcoming bathing area, a wide range of walking routes, shops, restaurants and accommodation of all kinds: there is something for everyone.
With its traditional stone buildings, including the three hundred year old Chapelle St Jean Baptiste (1722) and the Ferme Martin, this small village is not lacking in tourist attractions (gîtes, camping and restaurant).
It is the lowest village in the commune (415 m altitude), nestling in the hollow of the valley where the beaver has made its home, downstream from the village. A magnificent barbecue and a splendid walk on the slopes of the Amblève valley.
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