The magnificent River Meuse gently meanders, twists and turns among the green valley with the hills covered in dense forests, you would never imagine that you are cruising through historic battle grounds as the landscape is peacefully beautiful.
Famous for its dry cured ham, other gastronomic delights found here include tarte au sucre and boudin blanc, a fine textured white sausage made of pork.
Chamagne vineyards are plentyful in parts of this region and so is the beer, another of the Ardennes’s gastronomic specialties.
With vast stretches of unspoiled landscape, the Ardennes is a beautiful rural setting with thick forests, meandering rivers, valleys and lakes.
The forests shelter some of France's rarest birds, wild boar and roe deer as well as a variety of rare plants.
Cruise this sparsely populated area and breathe in the pure country air.