Above Donceel and its castle sit the medieval church dedicated to Saint Cyr and the abbey farm of Saint-Jacques.
Haneffe is distinguished by a fortified house that dominates its village. Together with the church and presbytery, the remains of a Templar commandery and other buildings with an agricultural function, it forms an architectural ensemble of great beauty.
The village of Limont is the very type of small settlement where paths converge on the square and the church of Saint-Martin, with its walled cemetery. Opposite, the ruins of the keep and the renovated 17th century maison seigneuriale remain.
Jeneffe is, meanwhile, off-center from the villages of the Yerne valley. Its many monumental farmhouses with enclosed courtyards perpetuate the village’s agricultural tradition.