Haute-Sûre Forêt d'Anlier Nature Park
The Haute-Sûre Forêt d'Anlier Nature Park is located in the south of Belgium, nestled between rivers and forests.
Capital of Slow Tourism
While some restaurants use the expression between '' land and sea '' to describe their dishes, the Haute-Sûre Forêt d'Anlier Nature Park will be described as a territory between '' river and forest ''. Glades, wetlands, forest, landscape Ardennes, everything is gathered to invite you to a beautiful encounter with nature. The Nature Park wants to be a link between the actors and the inhabitants of the different municipalities in order to create a territory proud of its natural wealth and its heritage. Capital of Slow Tourism, come and take the time to discover us!
Fauna and Flora: What's more normal to choose the black stork as the emblem of the Park? Indeed, this bird is admirably the link between the forest of Anlier where it nestles and the basin of the Haute-Sûre which serves as a pantry ...
The animal world will also be represented by the pearl mussel, the thick mussel, the meadow and the copper of the bistort.
While the plant world will give you the opportunity to observe the bistort, the orchid of May, the comaret, the clover of water or the linaigrette
The black stork is the emblem of the Park
The park in numbers
Number of hectares: 82000 ha
Municipalities: Bastogne, Fauvillers, Habay, Léglise, Martelange, Neufchâteau and Vaux-sur-Sûre
Marked walking routes: 89
Tagged mountain bike trails: 18
Specificities of natural environments: forest massif, wetlands, Upper Sûre Basin
Projects: management of the Ramsar site and the Upper Sûre Basin, restoration of small heritage and dry stone walls, animations, town planning, tourism in the Great Anlier Forest, study of species and habitats, improvement of the ecological network, management and maintenance of landscapes, supervision of farmers and support for diversification, ....
Experience the Haute-Sure Forêt d'Anlier
Haute-Sûre Forêt d'Anlier Nature Park, Chemin du moulin 2, B-6630 Martelange
Tel.: +32 (0) 63 45 74 77