A break in the Belgian Ardennes
Spent quality time with your loved ones in a scenic place
Rent a cottage in the Belgian Ardennes for Carnival holidays
Looking for a getaway during carnival holidays – opt for the belgian ardennes.
Plan a beautiful holiday with your family and friends. You will be staying in a truly authentic setting of an old mill that can accommodate up to 12 people. Looking for insider tips. Here are a few do’s and must sees for your holiday: Go for a long walk or hike along the breathtaking scenery and discover multiple world heritage sites. Prepare to be amazed.
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Numerous activities are waiting for you during carnival holidays
Carnival of the Big Biesse – Marche-en-Famenne
The Carnival of Marche is unique and will certainly not disappoint. Make sure to take part in all the celebrations. Famous characters from popular tales and legends will be awaken to life. Familiar with Gugusse? a popular young boy, who is messing around and goes through life with a big smile is one of the most famous characters. A parade of colorfully decorated floats is an absolute must see during the carnival season. Kids animations, a closing bal and the burning of Gugusse´s bag of mischief count towards the highlights of the parade. For the party to be complete grab a handful of confetti and throw it in the air.
Natural Park Ardennes – Hargnies
116,000 hectares of land in the heart of the Ardennes. The natural park presents a wide variety of landscapes and natural heritage: forests, peat bogs, moors, slates, valleys, groves amongst other attractions that you will find in the area. Ornithological diversity is also a particularity of the area. You can meet rare bird species such as the Tengmalm’s owl, the black stork, or the peregrine falcon to name but a few.
Step into the footsteps of the poet – Charleville-Mézières
Arthur Rimbaud was born 50 km away from the cottage. Follow his journey and go for a long walk through the city which connects all the places that were important to his youth and time he he was growing up. Visit the museum, established in an old mill on the banks of the Meuse. It hosts many photographs and reproductions of manuscripts, that outline the life and work of the artist. Don’t miss the poet’s childhood home calles Maison des Ailleurs, which evokes the creative effervescence and travel stories of the artist. going from Stuttgart to London, from Charleroi to Brussels, via Aden or Harar.