A - Information and services for walkers Voir sur la carte
As you arrive in the village, a small fountain awaits you in the main street so that you can refresh yourself before going to place de Launet, where your lovely nature ramble ends.
Hargnies is renowned for its gastronomy and in particular for its cold meats. Something to look forward to when your walk has given you an appetite.
Where to eat in the village:
La Table du Pays
Rue des Gros Chênes
Tél. : 0033 (0)3 24 40 42 46
Restaurant – Gastronomy and local products
La Taverne de Launet
Tél. : 0033(0)3 24 40 12 45
Bar - Restauration - Pizzeria - Italian specialties
B - The butcher’s village Voir sur la carte
There are as many butchers’ shops as streets in the village of Hargnies! Since the time when the butchers came down into the valley in carts to sell their pigs, their fame has spread beyond the borders of the Ardennes. Half a century ago, there were 17 butchers; now there are just four, but they sell the most delicious boudin sausages and terrines.
C - La Table du Pays Voir sur la carte
The village restaurant is renowned for its delicious recipes. Here, there is no need to travel 50 kilometres to offer menus based on fresh, local produce.
11 rue des Gros Chênes
Tel : 0033(0)3 24 40 42 46
Web : http://www.latabledupays.fr
D - Hargnies - Village in bloom Voir sur la carte
The Saint Lambert church, reconstructed in the 19th century, preserves a square tower from the 17th century and a wooden statue of the virgin and Child from the 18th century.
- Saint Roch chapel
- The ruins of the Moulin Simon