Welcome to the valley of the Meuse: The Meuse melts into the horizon, enchanted by the valley and the typical charm of its villages.
Make a getaway:
Sailing on the Meuse is a unique and magical experience above all. Allow yourself to be carried along at the river’s pace in the heart of fairytale landscapes, where the steep slopes of Ardenne rise up. There are numerous ways of enjoying this sumptuous setting, such as stepping aboard the Charlemagne. On this trip, as the water flows, you will discover the full history of the Meuse, French side and Belgian side. Each time you pass through locks, a magnificent landscape offers itself to you when the gates open. For the more romantic among you, the boat Au fil de Flo offers you private cruises, with a skipper: all you need to take a well-deserved break.
Ports of call in the heart of the Meuse valley:
“Travel down the Meuse and its meanders. Get carried away by the beauty of the landscapes and its natural charms. Drop anchor for a while and explore its towns and villages before resuming your journey along this majestic river. This is what we suggest you do on a stay in the Meuse Valley”. River stops are located in the heart of the towns and villages of the Meuse Valley. Revin, Fumay, Haybes sur Meuse, Vireux-Wallerand and Givet welcome boaters. Anchored at a river stop, amid a magnificent setting, you will benefit from nearby shops, activities and restaurants. A gentle voyage that takes you on an exploration of our towns and villages. Feel free to drop anchor at one of the attractive river stops that are dotted along your route.
Alone or in company?
he more athletic among you will enjoy a canoe-kayak or rowing trip in order to appreciate the delights of the Meuse to the full. During this time, some will get on board electric boats, some will go for a cruise, and some will prefer a trip at the pace of the Meuse. But everyone will feel restored after this excursion, enchanted by this natural gem. Sporting events bring together thrill-seekers with a jet-ski competition, which takes place on the Meuse for one weekend.