Exceptionally, we'll be opening the camping on februray 10th!
Every year, on the first sunday of august, the "March of Saint-André" takes place in Vogenée. It's a flok procession.
The walkers walk through the camping on sunday afternoon and monday morning.
In the green and tranquil surrounds of the town of Dinant you will find an ostrich farm. Meet the largest birth on earth: the ostrich and the equally remarkable nandoes, emoes and casuarissen (all belong to the same family).
Discover the charms of the Upper Maas river in the town of Dinant. Attractions, castles, abbeys, walks, tours, sporting, relaxation, recreation, things you must see. Lodgings available throughout the year.
This community of Benedict monks still makes traditional beer and cheeses. You can taste them in the reception area, and you can visit their shop, which sells religious articles. They also sell sacred books, and classical, profane and religious music records.
This cave richly deserves its 3 Michelin-guide stars. You can see it during a ride in an hundred years old tram (light rail). The tours are given in different languages. There are sound and light displays along the way and a trip along the underground river. In addition you can visit the wildlife park, the Expothema and the museum.
You can rent sailing boats or motor boats at the reservoirs of the l'Eau d'Heure and the Plate Taille. Other water sports include canoeing and diving. You can also dive at the stone quarries.
At 10 minutes drive from the camping, there is an Aqua-centre with swimming, both in- and out door (indoors there is a sub-tropical swimming pool, saunas, and a Turkish bath).
There are also a number of fishing lakes.
Why did people build reinforce castles in the Middle Ages? Did they use cranes? Did cement exist? were the masons paid for their work? A visit to the ruins (13th - 16th century)
A whiff of Versailles along the river the Maas : renaissance and landed residence, cosmopolitan interiors. Classical gardens, three hundred year old orange trees, a 6 km maze and a charming watchtower.
Close-by are the caves of Neptune, smaller but definitely worth seeing.