Our small rural commune is located in the extreme south of Belgium, in the province of Luxembourg, on the axis connecting ARLON to VIRTON, in this beautiful region that is the Gaume, land of valleys and streams, with a favourably mild microclimate.
You will stay in our own garden, in a dead-end street, and in the immediate vicinity (50m) of the lake and its leisure area. Independent access.
The land is partly wooded, which provides shade in summer. The rest of the garden is partly landscaped and partly composed of flowering meadows. It's up to you to choose the perfect spot to pitch your tent!
The sanitary facilities
To be agreed.
Saint-Léger has a rich industrial past, linked to the iron and steel industry and to hydraulic power, fed by the stream "Le Ton", which has its source in Châtillon.
Water still holds an important place in our town. Trout fishing is practiced on the Ton, and spearfishing and carnivorous fishing in the Lake of Conchibois. The latter, with its recreational area, has been awarded every year since 2011, the "Blue Flag", a European label guaranteeing the quality of the bathing water, infrastructure and reception.
The water we use is exceptionally pure, without any additives, and is even bottled by an international brand in a neighboring town.
Our commune adheres to the "MAYA plan" which aims to develop actions in order to favour the beekeeping activity and the work of foraging insects. A "Honey Festival" is organized every year in September, a honey beer is brewed, a beekeeping school welcomes new candidates every year. The regular planting of fruit trees, and the creation of "flowered meadows" participate in this project.
Thanks to the work of the Cercle Horticole, the streets, squares and traffic circles of our town are flowered every year.
The chapel of Wachet, a former hermitage, and its Way of the Cross, as well as the "Alice Meny House", a traditional house in Gaul, are classified as "Monuments and Sites of Walloon Heritage".
The recent discovery of two sarcophagi dating from the end of the 7th century, Merovingian period, demonstrates the age of the occupation of the village, whose oldest official writings date back to the 13th century.
These natural and patrimonial treasures are highlighted by marked out pedestrian circuits: course of the steel industry, course of the water, course of the honey, course of the laundries.
Marked out walks will allow you to discover the countryside and the forests surrounding our villages, such as the "chaussée des géants" which takes you through the woods, to discover a collection of secular oaks, while following a site colonized by the beavers.
Possibility of breakfast (€5 / person)
Bread, butter, jam, orange juice, milk, coffee
Exact location information is provided after a booking is confirmed.
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