The town is one of the region's tourist hubs, which is easy to understand when you realise how much there is to see and do here! The surrounding area is not to be overlooked, with breathtaking scenery, charming villages and traces of the past.
A visit to Saint-Hubert is like embarking on a journey through time and nature. The town is built around an impressive basilica where the Saint-Hubert's Day festival is held every year. People from all over the world bring their dogs to be blessed inside the church. The abbey palace is another must-see in this region. There are also endless activities to try such as jeep safaris, horse and carriage rides, air sports, kayaking, fishing and mountain biking.
An animal lovers' paradise
Did you know? Saint-Hubert is also the European capital of hunting and nature. For centuries, the mythical Great Forest of Saint-Hubert has been a natural sanctuary, a refuge for wildlife and a paradise for hunters. Hearing the bellowing of a stag is a magical experience. Do you dream of getting up close to animals? Visit the Saint-Hubert Wildlife Park! Set in a magnificent natural landscape just 2 km from the town centre, you can see deer, bison, fallow deer and wild boar. Enchanting for young and old alike! Planning a family break? The Domaine du Fourneau Saint-Michel is set in a beautiful location surrounded by nature, with museums, a lake and everything you need to help recharge your batteries. Alternatively, the pretty tourist town of La Roche-en-Ardenne is only 20 minutes away by car.
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Take advantage of your stay in Saint-Hubert to go to the provincial domain of Mirwart, starting point of many walks.