What to do?


“Our” great forest of Anlier, our countryside, our villages: an extraordinary natural environment, preserved and still wild: more than 120 signposted circuits on foot, by bike (VTT and VTC), by donkey, on horseback (sheets and maps available; download here).

During your escapades, plunge into the history of blacksmiths (remains of forges at Habay and Mellier), shiver while following legendary characters (Legends circuit), gain height on the bird bridge, discover our natural treasures (state reserves, wetlands of high biological interest, “pearl mussel” life project, …) and above all, above all ..:
“Take pleasure… the extra (of the ordinary) is within the reach of those who open their eyes, ears, hands…”.

Geocaching: are you a fan or simply curious? The Tourist Office of Léglise offers you 31 geocaches, 14 of which are on a nice 5 km walk starting from Chêne. Don’t miss the “geocaching in the Anlier forest” event, every 1st Saturday of September.


Let yourself be pampered by enthusiasts just a stone’s throw away.

A-Temporel Massage – un Temps pour Elle

A massage break

Points Zen

Plantar reflexology


“Brâme” of the deer

Mushroom picking


Walking in a immaculate forest: woww, quite simply!

Cross-country skiing

Different sensations


Lake of the Haute Sûre

Swimming, beaches, kayaks, solar boat

Valley of Lake Neufchâteau

Kayaks, canoes, paddles and pedal boats


In river or pond, with a day pass – fishing house in Habay

Dive into history

Villa of Mageroy

A site of major importance for Gallo-Roman archaeology in Belgium … On a guided tour or with free access, discover this agricultural estate and the fascinating history of its occupants.

Archaeological Museum

… and Roman remains in Arlon

Remarkable estate of Clairefontaine

Museum of the Celts in Libramont

In the depths of the Ardenne

Martelange, slate museum

Travel back in time on this unusual and remarkable site: meet a slate quarry worker, go down into a mine, discover how slate is worked, 22 buildings to immerse yourself in the life of a slate quarry in the 1900s, take a train ride.

Bertrix, in the heart of slate

Domaine de la Morepire: discover the life of the scailtons, the slate miners

The must-sees


Cistercian abbey


The old Town, UNESCO World Heritage Site


Its castle, its archeoscope, the meanders of the Semois River


Its war museum


Castle, “tree climber” adventure park