Hidden away on the southern border of Belgium, a piece of Loraine with a privileged micro climate is warmed by the sun and the golden hues of the stone facades, crowned by roofs of orange Roman tiles... You are at the heart of the " Belgian Provence ... "!
Province : Luxembourg
Commune : Rouvroy
A southern Lorraine village leaning against the hillside, Torgny is protected from the north winds by the forest that borders it. The mild climate resulting today still allows the cultivation of the vine , "The Poirier Wolf ," " The Fouchères " and " Spruce " are vineyards whose production is worth a taste! While stroling about in the village, the presence on listed buildings, small chapels and the laundry bassin. Be shure to walk to the upper part of the village, towards the hermitage and the nature reserve set in the old quarries.
Finally, if you plan to visit in July, do not miss the 3rd Sunday: during the "Festival of Artists and Craftsmen" many barns open their doors housing a wide range of exibits and local products.
© Photography: 1-2,4,8-11,14,16,18-22 Mark Rossignol / 6-7,15 François Delfosse / 3,5,12,17 PBVW
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