A large commune made up of 10 hamlets, Marchin features farms, castles, woods, pastures and, in its various valleys, a group of village houses all built of stone in warm ochre tones (sandstone or pudding).
A special feature not to be overlooked, however, is the twisted bell tower of Notre-Dame de Grand Marchin church, a 14th-century Gothic edifice adjoining a Romanesque western tower. From here, you can enjoy a magnificent view of the surrounding countryside. Marchin has a varied relief, rising and falling, offering superb walks in all weathers.
Jamagne is one of those rural architectural gems worth discovering, its origin is Merovingian, a cemetery from that era attests to this.
In the Hoyoux valley, at the foot of the hills, winds the RAVeL from Huy to Ciney.