Sightseeing near the campsite Polleur

The Belgian Ardennes has a rich history and therefore has many different sights. Below is a small selection of sights in the vicinity of the camping site. At the reception desk you will find a brochure rack with even more information on places of interest in the Belgian Ardennes.

Chateau Franchimont (3.5 km)

Franchimont Castle is a ruined medieval fortress. Rises on a rocky outcrop overlooking three distinct valleys. Explore the ruins at your own pace through an audio guide. Learn more about rates and opening hours at

Chateau Franchimont

Chocolate Museum (11.6 km)

Immerse yourself in the world of chocolate. In this museum you will discover everything about chocolate from the time of the Mayans to the first chocolate stores. After the tour of the museum, with audio guide, you can enjoy this delicious chocolate. For more information about opening hours and rates, please visit the website

Chocolate museum

Blegny mine (28.3 km)

The Blegny mine is an authentic coal mine whose underground galleries can be visited. The Blegny mine is located between Liège and Maastricht. After an introductory film, you descend underground to the mines by elevator cage. In total, the tour takes about 2 hours. For more information

Blegny mine

Caves of Remouchamps (15.2 km)

The caves of Remouchamps have been open to visitors since 1828. Your fairytale visit begins with a walk through beautiful chambers and past impressive stalagmites and stalactites. Then you descend on the underground river in the longest underground boat ride in the world!

Tours are given in several languages. At the campsite you can pick up a discount coupon at the reception! More information on

Caves of Remouchamps

Eaudyssée de Spa (10.4 km)

Would you like to discover more about the journey made by Spa mineral water? And see the production lines of the Spa monopole? Then visit the Eaudyssée Visitor Center. Opening times and rates can be found at

Eaudyssée de Spa

Abbey of Val-Dieu (27 km)

At Val-Dieu Abbey has a rich past and is characterized by its distinctive buildings. Perhaps you know Val-Dieu from its delicious special beers. It is possible to take a guided tour of the beautiful buildings and the brewery. For more information, please visit the Abbey's website:

Abbey of Val-Dieu