Soak up pure happiness at the Eau d’Heure Lakes

With its dam, 5 artificial lakes, forests and meadows, this vast natural domain is a unique preserved site and major tourist destination that offers a host of activities and facilities. An absolute must!

Are you ready to be amazed? Looking for a real breath of fresh air and nature? You’re in the right place. The lakes are a spectacular environment. An incredibly beautiful landscape, which seen from above will leave you speechless. In addition to its 5 artificial lakes (including the famous Plate Taille Lake), the site’s major attraction is without a doubt its dam, the largest in Belgium seen from inside. Furthermore, its (very instructive) tour will take you from its bowels to the top of its tower (107 metres!) with a 360° view across the whole Eau d’Heure lakes region. Add to this stunning panoramic view a very impressive glass floor (not for the fainthearted) and it will take your breath away!
 


 

All kinds of activities

Here, everything has been planned to entertain and relax you, for an unforgettable experience. Furthermore, you’ll find it hard to choose between so many appealing activities! Judge for yourselves: A bike ride around the lakes on the RAVeL trail. Discovering the lake in an Amphibus. Riding on the little tourist train. Exploring the surrounding countryside. Adventuring through the trees on mountain bikes. Diving into the tropical atmosphere of the Water Park. Relaxing in the Wellness Centre. Having fun in the different playgrounds. Trying your hand at sailing, windsurfing, kayaking, paddle boarding, jet skiing, water skiing, diving, golf… Feeling giddy? Do you want more? You’ll have to come!

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Copyright: Les lacs de l'Eau d'Heure, Le Crocodile Rouge, Natura Parc/Remy Crunelle

Accès gratuit

Access to the site is free. Activities are available at an additional cost


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Range price Accès gratuit au site
Website https://ardennes-etape.be
Address Lac de l'Eau d'Heure, Belgique