Cottages Luxembourg

The Belgian province of Luxembourg, located in the far southeast of the country, forms part of the Belgian Ardennes. The province is loved by lovers of nature for its peacefulness, lovely villages and cozy towns. The many rivers that roll through the hills provide the perfect conditions for a fanatic kayak ride. Would you rather take things a little more easy? Then put on your hiking boots and explore the Ardennes forest.

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Luxembourg

The Belgian province of Luxembourg, located in the far southeast of the country, forms part of the Belgian Ardennes. The province is loved by lovers of nature for its peacefulness, lovely villages and cozy towns. The many rivers that roll through the hills provide the perfect conditions for a fanatic kayak ride. Would you rather take things a little more easy? Then put on your hiking boots and explore the Ardennes forest.

Flora and fauna

Over 51 percent of the province of Luxembourg is covered in forests, making it the most wooded province of Belgium! These forests, with a clear balance between deciduous and conifers trees, are alternated with hilly meadows and little farmland. This means you won’t get annoyed by ranking tractors, allowing you to enjoy the best of nature. The many forests provide a habitat for many different species: deer, foxes, wild cats, squirrels, sparrow-hawk, owls and even the black stork.

Activities

The highest point of the province of Luxembourg is the Baraque de Fraiture, a 651 meter high mountain, where winter sports activities are possible around the highest peaks for just a  few dozen days a year. Enjoy the Belgian history with the whole family whilst visiting one of the ruins and castles. Also recommended for all ages is the labyrinth of Barvaux, which is created in a large corn field. For hikers, mountain bikers and horse riders, the province is also an ideal holiday destination, partly because of the many landscaped routes and trails.