Domaine Long Pré, Belgian Ardennes
Domaine Long Pré is hidden in the lush, green Ardennes, in the town of Stavelot. The undulating landscape offers a wide range of possibilities for sporting activities, such as climbing, mountain biking and canoeing. Find the summer refreshment in the lakes and streams or throw a fishing line in the Amblève river, which flows past the holiday park. During the winter you can enjoy the surrounding ski slopes. If you really want to have a day out in Belgium, you can visit Plopsa Coo, the hot springs in Spa or the F1 circuit in Francorchamps.
Hiking and (motor)cycling routes
Through this website you can create nice hiking and (motor)cycling routes in the beautiful surroundings of Domaine Long Pré!
Plopsa Coo Theme Park
This park, specially designed for children, has a kart track, trips in old taxis, a roller coaster, a bobsleigh track, water-chutes and rodeo games.
It also has a magnificent 80-hectare safari park.
Circuit Museum (Stavelot)
This centuries-old abbey houses the museum that recounts the entire history of the Spa-Francorchamps Formula One Circuit.
Remouchamps Caves (30 km)
These caves offer guided tours conducted in Flemish.
Planet Jigsaw offers games and jigsaw puzzles suitable for all ages and all levels. You can play there by yourself, as a family or with your friends. In cold weather, you can enjoy the games beside a roaring open fire. Are you having a problem with one of the games? If so, one of our staff will be happy to help. There’s also a special area for very young children. All the jigsaws are there for you to enjoy without charge. For some board games and other special puzzles, we just ask you to pay a small deposit.
- Board games
- Life-size Jenga
- Children’s games
- Chinese puzzles
The world’s largest wooden maze
The park is home to the world’s largest maze. Fun, suspense and excitement are the order of the day in this maze, covering an area of 2,500 sq. metres and a length of 2.5 km on two levels. It should take you between an hour and an hour and a half to find your way out! You decide on the level of difficulty you want to tackle. The maze has plenty of emergency exits in case you should decide to shorten your walk.
For further details, see the webpage http://puzzleplanet-labyrinth.nl/
Val de Wanne Ski Run
The longest downhill ski run in Belgium is situated 6 kms from the Domaine Long Pré.
For further details and opening hours, see http://www.valdewanne.eu/
Regional Museum of Religious Art
Here you will find a variety of the treasures of the Ardennes, especially gold and silver jewellery, sculptures, paintings and liturgical vestments.
Reinhardstein Castle (20 km)
Reinhardstein Castle has been completely restored and is the highest-situated Belgian castle.
Its furnishings include a large number of objects that illustrate its history and that of the region.
Monde Sauvage (Wild World) at Aywaille (40 km)
As well as meeting elephants, giraffes, zebras and other wild animals, you’ll also find a play area and a children’s farm at this safari park.
Open from March to October.
Houtopia (45 km)
A multimedia show, a circuit filled with entertaining and instructive challenges, and all sorts of exciting games in a setting that will take your breath away.
The Blegny Coal Mine (45 km)
Go down the mine with a former miner and discover this mysterious and fascinating subterranean world.
The Ramioul Prehistosite (45 km)
An archaeologist will help you to find out how our ancestors made things out of flint, how they kindled fire and how they crafted and used tools.
You can visit the Ramioul Cave too.
The Euro Space Center at Transinne-Libin (50 km)
A huge exhibition of photos and scale models, together with four audio-visual presentations, to take you on a journey into space.
You can also join in the “training" of young recruits, aged 10 to 18.
Val Saint-Lambert (65 km)
In the world-famous Val Saint-Lambert glassworks, you can find out all about the prestige crystal-ware glass industry.
Inside the château, you will be taken on a guided, illustrated tour during which you can discover the magical world of glass and the fascinating history of Val Saint-Lambert.