Discover Gaume and Surrounding Area’s


1. Belgium

2. France

3. Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

4. Germany


Guichet touristique du Syndicat d’Initiative de SAINT-LEGER en gaume

Counter Tourism Tourist Office of Saint-Léger en Gaume. (Tourist Office).

Sports Complex, 1 rue du Stade

B- 6747 Saint-Léger

Tel : +32 (0)471/66.96.18

Website :

Local Attraction: The site of the “State Hermitage Wachet” (circa 16th century). Along the path of one of these beautiful nature walks are where you will find the location of the "Beech's Hussard". These 3 hand painted figures are painted on the smooth bark of the Beech Trees nestled deep in the forest.

Maison du Tourisme de Gaume (the Common of Etalle, Meix-devant-Virton, Musson, Rouvroy, Saint-Léger, and Tintigny Virton along the territory of the Maison du Tourisme de Gaume)

Rue des Grasses Oies, 2b

B- 6760 Virton

Tel : +32 (0)63 57 89 04 – Fax : +32 (0)63 57 71 14



Open all day from 9 AM to 6 PM, the staff at the office of Maison du Tourisme de Gaume is there to welcome you and to provide information on local activities and products. It houses the largest library in the world devoted to the area of Gaume.

La Maison du Tourisme du Pays d'Arlon / Tourist Office of Arlon

Rue des Faubourgs, 2

B-6700 Arlon

Tel. : +32 (0)63 21 94 54

Fax : +32 (0)63 22 60 89

E-mail :

Web :

Open weekdays from 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM
Weekends and holidays from 9 AM to 5 PM
Closed on 1st January, 1st November and 25th December (Christmas)

Activities in Saint-Léger-en-Gaume

1. Au pas de la Gaume

Walk with a donkey in Saint-Léger for children from 2 1/2 to 12 year.


2. Gaume Paintball:

3. La Balade du Gaumais:

Other accomodations in Saint-Léger-en-Gaume

"Au d'vant du bois":

"Wellness Center" Ethe-Virton

Training course Acoustic Music (Virton)


Les Musées gaumais / Museums of Gaume

The area museums consist of the Virton Museum, the Museum of Stone, and the Montauban Archaeological Park, the Museum of Peasant Life in Montquintin and the Museum of Military History and Local History of Latour.


Le Musée gaumais de Virton- Museum of Virton The region of Gaume

Open every day except Tuesdays, from 1 April to 30 November, from 9:30 AM to 12:00 AM and 02:00 PM to 6.00 PM.

In June, July and August it is open every day.

Winter months- by appointment for groups over 10 people.

Opening during the winter holidays and spring, from 2:00 PM until 5:00 PM.(except during Christmas and New Year).

Tel : +32 (0)63 57 03 5 of +32 (0)63 58 89 51

Fax : +32 (0)63 57 69 42

Le Musée de la vie paysanne de Montquintin- The Museum of peasant life of Montquintin

Open daily in July and August from 2 PM to 6 PM.  (Appointments for special hours are available except in December, January and February).
Tél : +32 (0)63 57 03 15 ou +32 (0)63 58 89 51
Fax : +32 (0)63 57 69 42

Le parc archéologique et le Musée lapidaire de Montauban-sous-Buzenol  - The archaeological Park and Lapidary Museum of Montauban-sous-Buzenol

(Open daily)
The Lapidary Museum is open in June, July and August – Hours:  Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays from 2 PM to 6 PM.
Tél : +32 (0)63 57 03 15 ou +32 (0)63 58 89 51
Fax : +32 (0)63 57 69 42

Le Musée Baillet-Latour -  Museum Baillet-Latour

Open from Easter to All Saints’ Day, every Sunday from 3 PM to 6 PM.
In July and August, is open daily from 2 PM to 6 PM.
Tél : +32 (0)63 57 77 58 or +32 (0)63 57 03 15 or +32 (0)63 58 89 51
Fax : +32 (0)63 57 69 42

Syndicat d’Initiative du Grand Etalle – The Tourist Office of Great Etalle

Rue du Moulin 20

B- 6740 ETALLE

Tel./ Fax : +32 (0)63 45 67 87


Offices open daily from 9 to 12 AM

Maison du Tourisme du Pays de la Semois entre Ardenne et Gaume (Chiny - Florenville - Herbeumont) - Tourist Office of the Land of the Semois between Ardenne and Gaume (Chiny - Florenville - Herbeumont)

Pavillon du tourisme

Place Albert Ier

B-6820 Florenville

Tel. : +32 (0)61 31 12 29

Fax : +32 (0)61 31 32 12



Hours of Operation:

Open Monday-Saturday, 9 AM to 6 PM (Friday’s until 7 PM).
Open Sunday from 10 AM to 4 PM.

Languages :
 French, Dutch or English.

Les Passeurs Réunis - The Ferry men

Rue de l'Embarcadère, 58


Tel +31(0)61 31 17 43 / Privé +32(0)61 32 00 95 – (0)61 32 0542

GSM +32(0)495 54 93 72


The Ferrymen offer canoeing down the Semois River.
Trips are available from Chiny to Lacuisine, Florenville, Martué or Chassepierre. These trips range from 8 to 26 kilometres either in kayak, biplane or canoe.  

S.I. Le Méridional - Tourist Office of Torgny

Place Albert Paul 6,

B-6767 Torgny (Belgique)

Tel./fax.: +32(0)63 57 83 81


Hours of Operation:
In the summer months, open daily from 2 PM to 6 PM. (Closed Mondays).
In the winter (from 1st October to 31st March), from 1 PM until 5 PM. (Closed Mondays).

The village of Torgny, located in the southernmost part of Belgium, is south of the Province of Luxembourg, in Gaume, in Rouvroy common.
This region is commonly called “Belgian Provence”.  Bordering France, Torgny was listed among the most beautiful villages of Wallonia in 1996.

House’s constructed in old stone are some of the most beautiful in the region.

Mi-Orge Mi-Houblon

Belgian and International handcrafted beers
« Best bottle shop of Belgium 2013» on
Rue du Gazomètre 56
B- 6700 ARLON
Tel. +21(0)63677 673
e-mail :

Website :

La Brasserie Artisanale Saint-Hélène - The Brewery of Saint-Hélène

Rue de la Colinne  21

B - 6760  Ethe - Belmont  (Virton )

Tel : +32 (0)63 43 48 64

Fax : +32 (0)63 43 48 54
e-mail :

Website :

Brasserie Artisanale de Rulles - Local Brewery of Rulles

Rue Maurice Grévisse 36

B- 6724 RULLES

Tel. +32 (0)63 41 18 38
Fax +32 (0)63 41 18 55
gsm +32 (0)477 864 801
e-mail :

Website :

Brasserie Artisanale Millevertus

Chemin de l’Eau Vive 3
B- 6730 Breuvanne

Rue du Pont 53
6730 Tintigny (Belgique)

Tel. 00 32 (0) 63 22 34 97
e-mail :

Website :

Abbaye Notre-Dame d'Orval - The Abbey of Notre-Dame of Orval

B-6823 Villers-devant-Orval
Tel: +32 (0)61 31 10 60

E-mail :


Orval - Discover its abbey, beer and cheese! Masses on Sunday at 10 :00 AM.

The Trappist Cistercian monks will welcome you to their Abby. The first Monks arrived at this monastery from Italy in the year 1070.  For unknown reasons, these early Monks left the area. On  March  9th 1132, seven monks arrived at Orval from Trois-Fontaines.   The Monks and Canons formed one single community and began to build again. The new church was completed before 1200. Sights to visit include the famous brewery and cheese factory as well as the Monastery and its buildings.

Au coeur de l’Ardoise - In the Hart of the Slate


Rue du Babinay, 1


Tel : +32 (0)61 41 45 21

Fax : +32 (0)61 41 45 54

E mail :

Website :

The underground tour- Descend a staircase 25 meters below ground to discover the reality of daily working of the “scailtons”; the Slate Miners. In one hour in an underground room, you will learn about the formation of the veins of this metamorphic crystalline rock, as well as the techniques for extraction of the stone slate and the working conditions of Miners.

Very powerful multilingual audioguides  - available to tour at your own pace!  

Guides:  Guided tours are available for groups up to a maximum of 25 people. (10 days advance reservations required). 

The Greedy Mine - Visit the mine and enjoy a hot meal served underground.

Asinerie de l’O - Donkey House of “O”

Rue du Bua 26


Tel. +32 (0)63 43 38 00 (na 19.00)

Fax +32 (0)63 43 38 00

e-mail :

Website :

Guided Donkey tours available-
 Three trips:

•    Valley Lakes
•    Outdoors forest
•    Bivouac

Contact the Donkey House for reservations.

La Bergerie d’Acremont - The Sheep Herders of Acremont

Cheese-maker Peter De Cock

Rue de Bernifa 17


Tel./Fax +32 (0)61 53 54 35

e-mail :

Website :

Sheep herders specialize in “Belgian Sheep Milk”. A portion of cheese is aged in an old slate (at 25m depth). 

Visits by appointment only:

•    Tour with milk tasting - € 5.00 / person.
•    Tour with cheese tasting- € 10,00 / person.
•    Tour with  Raclette cheese  tasting - € 15.00 / person.


(Historical guided tours available with reservation only):

Tourist and Cultural Service of the Mairie (Town Council)
12 rue de l’Abbé Delhotel
F- 55600 Avioth
Tel +33(0)3 29 88 90 96

E mail :

Website :

Office de tourisme transfrontalier du Pays de Montmédy

Place Raymond Poincaré - 55600 MONTMEDY

Citadelle BP 28

F- 55600 Montmédy

Tel: +33 (0)3 29 80 15 90

Fax: +33 (0)3 29 80 06 35

Website :

Montmédy:  The Capital of the County of Chiny, Montmedy is the location of a 16th century fortress. Attractions include: The fortress, and its city and its surrounding walls.
Marvil :  A Spanish renaissance village, the ossuary (urns holding remains of the dead) and its surrounding lake.


1, Place de l'Hôtel de Ville
BP 20045
F- 54263 Longuyon CEDEX
Tel: +33 (03) 82 44 55 00
E mail :

Website :

The City:
In prior years, the city of Longuyon housed an air base occupied by the Canadian Royal Air force.  During the years of 1966 & 1967, the Canadians left the airbase after a decision was made by General DE GAULLE to leave the organization of NATO. 

This city offeres much in local history, numerous restaurants and is home of the famous “Totem Pole” given to the Canadians with the thanks of the French Government.  This Totem Pole was inaugurated by the Indian Chief KHUT LA CHA in 1967.

Association des Amis de l’ouvrage de Fermont et de la ligne Maginot – The Association of the Friends of the Fort of Fermont and of the Maginot Line

(Battle of Armistice 1940)

9 Rue Albert Lebrun


Tel for visits: +33(0)3 82 39 35 34

Website :


April: Saturday’s, Sunday’s and all public holiday’s from 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM.
May and June:     Monday through Friday until 3.00 PM, Saturday, Sunday and public holiday from 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM.
July and August: Daily from 2:00 PM to 4:30 PM.
January  through the 3rd week of September:    daily from 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM.
Starting 3rd week of September to end of October: Saturday’s, Sunday’s and public holiday’s from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM.

The “Maginot Line” (circa 1940) is perhaps the most famous contemporary Fort but certainly also the least understood. The tour of the Fort of Fermont totals 2 hours. During this visit you will explore the underground as well as the grounds of the Fort. You will have a better understanding of the inner workings of the Fort and its weapons, layout and technical workings.


Luxembourg National Tourist Office.

Gare Centrale (Tourist Info)

P.O. Box 1001


Tel.: (+352) 42 82 82 20

Fax: (+352) 42 82 82 38

City of Luxembourg: 

While the Luxembourg fortress was a true textbook example of European military architecture, it has changed hands many times over its existence. Italian, Spanish, Belgian, French, Austrian, Dutch and Prussian engineers have been involved in progressively extending the fortifications of this stronghold. Traces of their work remain, and what traces! Since 1994, the fortifications and the old city have been classed as a UNESCO world heritage site.
An extraordinary network of 23km of underground galleries, the famous casemates, which were carved from the city’s rocks constitute the city’s main attraction.
The Grand-Duke’s residence, the Grand-Ducal palace, has an exceptionally beautiful facade in Flemish Renaissance style (16th century), and a majestic interior and ceremonial rooms open to the public during the summer only. In the Notre-Dame Cathedral, 17th century rood screen contrasts with the 20th century windows.


Passed into law in 1999, a network of biking trails were put into existence.  This network currently covers 600 km of slopes spread out over 23 trails of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.

The elevation of these trails range from 132 M above sea level to 559 M above sea level.  

National network and any other bicycle tracks users are required to comply with all the code of the Luxembourg Route regulations.

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The German region of Moselle is a 2 hour drive from Saint-Léger.

A roundtrip visit is possible in a day and offers an opportunity to discover the many small wine villages of Nennig, Trier, Bernkastel-Kues, Traben-Trarbach, Zell and their histories.   This is Germany's most northerly winegrowing region.

The wineries invite you to tour the grounds or visit one of the wine cellars tasting local wines.  Wines are also available at area restaurants.

The magnificent landscape of the Moselle River which runs deep in a bed of rock, is also a region characterized by a secular culture.
Breathtakingly beautiful, this landscape creates harsh working conditions for the winegrowers. The best vines are often found located on steep slopes or in earth containing a high slate content. However difficult, these growing conditions contribute to the wines excellent mineral qualities for which they are known.

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Christmas Market in Trier (from late November to late December)