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The Meuse, Countless Ideas for Activities

Apr 30, 2012 3:47:18 PM

With its 950 kilometres, the Meuse is one of the largest rivers in Europe. It enters Belgium in the Province of Namur, in Heer and leaves it in Andenne.

Profondeville, Meuse river

The Meuse is the ideal place to discover strange and wild places, or simply to relax. It offers you many walks, both on the river itself and along its wild shores. You can easily rent a boat without a license – thrills guaranteed! You can also ride a bicycle at your own pace. Along the way you will find castles, forests, spectacular rocky cliffs, wild animals and cosy rest areas!

Some examples of attractions you cannot miss: the Romanesque abbey church of Hastière, the Castle and French gardens of Freyr, the arrival of the descents of the Lesse in a kayak, the Collegiate Church of Dinant and its citadel, the Museum of the Pataphonie, the ruins of Bouvignes, the cave “La Merveilleuse”, the Leffe Abbey, the valley of the Molignée, the recreational island in Yvoir, the Castle and gardens of Annevoie, the Citadel and the old town of Namur, the museums in Namur, the Museum of Ceramics in Andenne...



Take a look at our brochures for all the tips and inspiration for your stay in the province of Namur!




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