Terres-de-Meuse-La-Vallee-de-la-Meuse-Huy-reportage-video-Trekking-et-Voyage-189-1.jpgVue sur le Lac de la Gravière à Amay
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Discover the Meuse Valley

After a stroll through the Condroz, I’m continuing my exploration of the Terres-de-Meuse to discover the Meuse valley, where the industrial past meets the gentle lifestyle of a valley that’s also nature-oriented.



Unspoilt nature

This time I’m taking you on a tour of the Meuse valley, where industry has left its mark, but nature still reserves a few corners of paradise.

La Solière and its valley classified as a nature reserve and Natura 2000, the prés Brion ponds, a nature reserve rich in birds and amphibians, the Amay gravel pit hotspot for birdwatchers, the Ombret and Hermalle-sous-Huy walks typical of the Ardennes Condroz overlooking the Meuse.

So many places where nature lovers will find their happiness.

An exceptional heritage

Huy is a town on the move, with its typical, pleasant little streets, its fort, its superb collegiate church, its Grand-Place where it’s good to have a drink, its pleasant quays and its treasures…
If you’re passing through Amay, I recommend a visit to the little town, where you’ll discover a remarkable heritage that is a clear reminder of the region’s rich historical past.
Stop off at Hermalle-sous-Huy, where you’ll find two surprising museums to discover, those of Gourmandise and Postes restantes.
The Meuse Valley is also home to vineyards or excellent restaurants that will delight your taste buds.

The Meuse Valley on video