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Province of Luxembourg, the ideal holiday destination!
Luxuriant, verdant, historic and always welcoming, the Province of Luxembourg in Belgium will bring the adventurer in you to life! Covered for the most part by the Belgian Ardennes, the exceptional nature here is an open invitation for walks while the towns reveal their strong historical character: Arlon with its famous Archaeological Museum, Orval with its Abbey and Durbuy and its feudal castle, etc.
After your visit, you can meet up with your family in the comfort of your 4 or 5-star campsite to continue your day at your leisure: a dip in the swimming pool, winding down on the sunny terrace, a moment of fun on the playground swings or a doubles match on the campsite tennis court. All you have to do is book your tent, cottage or camping car pitch – your campsite in Belgium waits for you with open arms.
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Visit the province of Luxembourg with the family
Ready for an adventure? After a good night’s sleep in your tent or cottage, take the children to discover the famous Hotton Caves. A listed heritage site of exceptional natural beauty in Wallonia, the Hotton Caves, that go by the nickname of ‘Cave of the 1001 Nights’, are considered to be the most beautiful in the country. The visit lasts about 1.5 hours and takes you along a 65-metre deep underground river. A unique experience that will delight young campers as well as older adventurers!
Visit the province of Luxembourg as a couple
Take advantage of your camping holiday to enjoy nature in the most densely wooded region of Belgium! At the heart of the 300,000 hectares of the majestic Ardennes forest all the activities take place in nature: hiking, bike rides, or mountain bike trails; pick up your preferred trail that is directly accessible from the campsite.
In the south of the province of Luxembourg, the dense forest opens up onto the Semois Valley and its rich meadows overlooked by castles and fortresses. Bouillon, Bertrix and Herbeumont offer tempting discoveries of a rich heritage that is shared with pride and passion.
Camping Province of Luxembourg: our handy tips for a successful stay
How about visiting one of the oldest towns in Belgium? Head for Arlon in the south of the country!
Take the time to admire some of the “Plus Beaux Villages de Wallonie”: Mirwart, Our, Chassepierre, etc.
The Semois, Lesse, Ourthe, Lienne, Aisne, etc. Wherever you go you will find a river where you can picnic with your feet in the water!
Valleys, plateaux, forests, etc. Don’t forget to take your camera so that you can immortalise the incredible variety of the Ardennes landscapes!