One of the most beautiful villages in Wallonia whose mild microclimate, pretty houses and vineyards give it the seductive air of Provence!
Located in the very south of the province of Luxembourg, in the Gaume region, Torgny will sweep you off your feet. There is a gentle way of life here that is reminiscent of a certain southern spirit. Nestled in the hollow of a slightly undulating landscape, Torgny is home to pretty coloured houses, painted in warm shades of yellow and orange. The village is also resplendent with flowers, red-tiled roofs and coloured shutters. Lose yourself on an idyllic, picturesque walk and take in Torgny’s rich cultural heritage including its wash house, street shine, two listed farms and many other legacies of the past.
Biodiversity and creativity
The sun is more generous here than anywhere else in Belgium, bathing the village in its gentle rays. The mild weather is also good for growing vines! That’s right, there are even vineyards in this wonderful village. And that's not all. Discover another side to Torgny by exploring the Raymond Mayné nature reserve, a former quarry with a wide variety of flora and fauna. As for the unmissable event in the village calendar, the famous Foire Artisanale takes place on the 3rd Sunday of July and brings together a host of artists and craftspeople from across the region!
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