Located in the Hesbaye region, Berloz is the smallest commune in the Huy-Waremme district. Surrounded by fields, it was born in 1977 from the merger of the villages of Berloz, Corswarem and Rosoux-Crenwick, and has developed thanks to the authenticity and character of these original entities.
Wandering along its 3 signposted walks, visitors will appreciate its natural heritage, developed along La Mule and La Lange Beek, the two watercourses that criss-cross it. Its rural character also offers agricultural landscapes, with vast expanses of land and a variety of fruit plantations. The commune also boasts a rich architectural heritage, as Berloz has been occupied since prehistoric times, and bears witness here and there to the various eras that have succeeded one another: churches, castles, mills and magnificent castral farms.