The PNT bloggers have listed most interesting places to visit in Durbuy Belgium. This city is a small jewel of the Middle Ages, has kept the witnesses of its past: small cobbled and winding streets, solid stone buildings overlooked by a castle perched on a rocky peak.
Enough to ensure you a beautiful getaway in the authenticity of the ‘Belgian Ardennes”. Located in the heart of the city, this huge rock contributes to its fame. When visiting you will find too many interesting places to visit in Durbuy.
Limestone massif also called “roche à la Falize”, this representative site of the Famenne-Ardenne UNESCO Geopark is a true natural splendor which reveals different geological layers. It is highlighted by a body of water and plays of lights and waterfalls. Below you will find a list of places to visit in Durbuy Belgium.
1. Art Museum
Housed in the Corn Hall, the Durbuy History and Art Museum is located in the heart of the old town. Before entering the building, take the time to observe this magnificent 16th century construction , listed as an exceptional heritage site in Wallonia.
Inside the building, renovated in 2004, 3 exhibition floors await you. You will discover the bright and colourful water colours of Marcel Lucas , Belgian artist of the 20th century.
2. The Topiary Park
This beautiful and amazing garden, which has more than 250 sculpted plants , is worth a visit. It is, indeed, a veritable exhibition of works of plant art.
The park is located on the banks of the Ourthe, and you can also admire an incredible view of the castle of Durbuy. This is considered as one of the places to visit in Durbuy Belgium.
3. Adventure Valley Durbuy
For all lovers of equestrian activity, La Ferme de Durbuy , located in the village of Warre, organizes beautiful horseback riding in the heart of the Ardennes nature. In Durbuy, the smallest town in the world, the largest adventure park in Belgium awaits you!
In the heart of the Ardennes in an exceptional natural setting, the Adventure Valley offers a host of unusual indoor and outdoor activities suitable for all ages.
4. Caves of Hotton
on, in the province of Luxembourg: a real geological gem classified as an Exceptional Natural Heritage of Wallonia and 2 stars in the Michelin guide. Discovered in 1958 in a working face of the Hotton quarry, they are considered to be the most beautiful caves in Belgium.
Exceptional natural heritage of Wallonia, these caves are the only ones to be fully classified and have 2 stars in the Michelin guide.
5. Castle of Petite Somme
The Museum of Sacred Art – MOSA in Radhadesh, Durbuy presents exhibitions centred on the traditional and living arts of India around the theme of devotion.
Located on the campus of a magnificent 19th century chateau near the historic town in the Ardennes, it has now expanded its portfolio to include contemporary Indian art from different spiritual traditions and faiths.
6. The Rock of Homalius
The summit of the Rocher d’Homalius, known as Roche à la Falize, is the highest point in Durbuy. The charming esplanade around the anticline is very close to the historic heart. This geological phenomenon in the shape of an upturned “u” dates back more than 300 million years.
Places to visit in Durbuy Belgium
- Art Museum
- The Topiary Park
- Adventure Valley Durbuy
- Caves of Hotton
- Castle of Petite Somme
- The Rock of Homalius