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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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HOTTON GROTTOES (HOTTON)

The Hotton Grottoes are the only ones completely listed as 'Patrimoine Naturel Exceptionnel de Wallonie' (Exceptional Natural Heritage of Wallonia), with two stars in the Michelin...
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'La Merveilleuse" Grotto in Dinant (DINANT)

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Discovered in 1904, "La Merveilleuse" is considered one of the most beautiful grottos in Belgium....
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Les Amis De L'homme De Spy Asbl - the Man of Spy’s Friends (JEMEPPE-SUR-SAMBRE)

The cave of the Man of Spy, one of the most important Palaeolithic sites in Europe, overhangs the valley of the Orneau River, a tributary of the Sambre River...
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Neolithic flint mines in Spiennes (SPIENNES)

The neolithic splint mines in Spiennes are a listed World UNESCO heritage site....
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NEPTUNE GROTTOES AKA "L'ADUGEOIR" (PETIGNY)

One of the oldest underground cavities in Belgium dug by the 'Eau Noire' river about 300 million years ago!...
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REMOUCHAMPS CAVES (SOUGNE-REMOUCHAMPS)

Open to the public in 1912 and in 1924 equipped with fairy-like lights. This jewel of Liège is divided into two parts...
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The Abîme Cave (COMBLAIN-AU-PONT)

The Abîme Cave, classified as an underground cavity of scientific interest, is situated on the hills of the village of Comblain-au-Pont in the Liège province....
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