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On the border of three provinces, the Green River project is full of assets.

On the borders of three provinces (Luxembourg of which it forms the northern tip, Liege and Namur) the GREEN RIVER project is overflowing with assets.


Durbuy and its authentic historical heart, its various cultural and sports activities.

The surrounding villages such as Deulin and its castle or Hotton and its famous caves, to finish with Weris one of the most beautiful villages of Wallonia and its legendary stones with the best preserved megalithic site of Wallonia. All these assets form original and exceptional excursions.


Kayak Paddle


Spend an unforgettable day in the smallest town in the world by going down the Ourthe in a single or two-seater kayak, to discover alone, in a group or with the family.  Also discover Les Fishin'trips  de RIVEO immerse you, for a weekend, in the fascinating world of the river. And, to get to know it more closely, nothing like a fishing trip!

Image by Marc Noorman


Take a bike ride in the small town of Hotton and follow in the footsteps of places of memory dedicated to the Battle of the Bulge, or take advantage of the many mountain biking trails or the fabulous RAVEL along the GREEN RIVER area. But also hikes of about  15 km from Wéris en Famenne quickly escapes to the Ardennes and its breathtaking landscapes.



In Vieuxville-Ferrières,  close  de Durbuy, the castle of Logne, its museum and its medieval space offer you a family day out, in the heart of the Domaine de Palogne.
Housed in a 16th century farmhouse, the museum brings you back to life in a castle in the Middle Ages. It unveils a remarkable collection of objects discovered on the site and  a screening of a 15-minute film on the excavation of the well.
Upstairs, the rooms devoted to the Merovingian cemetery of Vieuxville complete the image of Logne's history in the Middle Ages. Closer still, Deulin Castle and its many antique fairs.



Like Durbuy, local culinary specialties are made from simple products prepared with love and the reputation of the restaurants in the smallest town in the world is well established.

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