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Visit Wallonia's caves


Wallonia has more than 15 caves open to the public. Their stalactites and stalagmites make them a perfect destination those who love caving or are simply curious.

 

The Caves of Han or the Neolithic mines in Spiennes, listed as UNESCO World Heritage sites, are among the most well known.


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Lorette Cave in Rochefort (ROCHEFORT)

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The Cave of Lorette, which is part of the Domain of the Caves of Han, opens its tunnels, which are 300m from the centre of Rochefort in the province of Namur....
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The Domain of the Caves of Han, Han-sur-Lesse (HAN-SUR-LESSE)

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Come and discover in the village of Han-sur-Lesse, only a stone's throw from Rochefort, the world-famous caves which hold 3 stars in the Michelin guidebook....
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The Mystery Discoveries of Comblain (COMBLAIN-AU-PONT)

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Comblain-au-Pont, situated at the foot of the Ardennes, is packed full of a variety of tourist sites and extraordinary activities!...
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The new Prehitomuseum of Ramioul opened on 7 February (FLEMALLE)

The brand new Prehistomuseum of Ramioul, one of the largest prehistoric museums in Europe, opened on 7 February....
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Archaeological Centre - Scladina Cave (SCLAYN)

Enter this extraordinary grotto, which is a real time machine, and discover numerous prehistoric animals...
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FLOREFFE CAVES (FLOREFFE)

Stalactites and stalagmites, colourful concretions in a 800 m gully...
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GROTTOES OF FOLX-LES-CAVES (FOLX-LES-CAVES)

Situated in Hesbaye, this labyrinth was dug by men and covers many acres. For the Neolithic it was a place of refuge and since 1886 it was used for the cultivation of mushrooms...
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