Valjoly & its surroundings
The Parc Naturel Régional des Ardennes: Ardennes is home to no fewer than 12 natural parks, and this is the best known of them all.
Parc Naturel Régional de l’Avesnois: Known as the ‘little Switzerland of the North’, this park is made up with rolling green hills, bocage prairies and meadows, sweeping forestland and crystal-clear brooks and streams.
Château country: Make the most of a trip to Valjoly to see the châteaux of Trelon, Chimay and Imbrechies.
Atelier-Musée du Verre glass workshop and museum: Housed in an old glass-making factory in Trelon and dating back to 1823, the museum is a stunning example of industrial architecture and ancestral expertise.
Musée des Bois Jolis: This old water mill is now a wood crafting museum.
Roman forum in Bavay: A listed site of national archaeological interest and a historic monument, this forum is scattered with Roman ruins.
Lille: Just 120 km away lies a City of Art and History: Lille and all its remarkable architectural and cultural heritage.
Brussels: Head 100 km further along and explore the Belgian capital: a vibrant, lively city unlike any other.
Hiking trails, horse-back trekking, boat trips, mountain biking, tree-top trails, kayaking, pedalos, stand-up paddle-boarding, swimming, fishing, archery, trampolining, water park, mini golf, parachute jumps, hang-gliding, and more.
Food & drink
- Maroilles cheese
- Moules and frites
- Genièvre gin
- Carbonade flamande
Règlement intérieur de la résidence
Commune de Eppe Sauvage