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(member of the Haute-Sûre Natural Park) is a small village set in the mountains and surrounded by the Sûre. One of the most remarkable sites in the country.

The locality is dominated by the mass of its ruined manor house (927) and the cliffs which fall steeply into the river. Taking you there through a first tunnel (1850), the road leads through a second tunnel (1954) to the Sûre dam.

All information on the activities of the region can be obtained in Esch-sur-Sûre, in the Maison du Parc (old drapery) where there is also a selection of regional products.

90 km of walks.

Equestrian circuit in the Natural Park of Haute-Sûre.


Find, plan and track your routes using GPX files.


​​​​​​​1. Download a GPX or KML application
2. Look for a GPX or KML player in your Appstore.
3. Download the GPX or KML file and open the file
(using the 
4. Enjoy your hike or bike ride and always stay on track

 For Professionals as well as for

Liège-Bastogne-Liège and the Flèche wallonne for Professionals, the Vélomédiane and the Chouffe Classic for cycle tourists.

All major cycling events that have chosen Belgian Luxembourg as a field of action.

The one chosen also by its clubs, which organize around thirty cycling tours every year.

The one traveled by hundreds of kilometers of greenways, Ravels, "La Famenne à Vélo", the Cyruse Network, Rando-Vélo


​​​​​​​The lake of Esch-Sur-Sûre

The lake dates from 1961 and is located 1 km west of Esch-sur-Sûre, in the center of the Haute-Sûre Natural Park.

You can enjoy a variety of water sports such as swimming, boating, diving, windsurfing and sailing.Take advantage of the solar boat for your excursions. Motorboats are prohibited.

The steep and wooded slopes of this park, which often descend to the shores of the lake, dominate a truly natural and unspoiled landscape, which invites relaxation.

A multitude of hiking trails and thematic circuits allow the visitor to learn about interesting aspects of the region's nature, culture and history.


​​​​​​​ The castle of Clerveaux

It stands, splendid, on a rocky outcrop called "Lay" surrounded in a horseshoe by the dwellings of the village.

The castle dates from the 12th century and was built in successive stages. The construction of the oldest parts, notably the West Wing, is attributed to the initiative of Count Gérard de Sponheim, brother of Count de Vianden. In the centuries that followed, the castle grew and was transformed under the impetus of the House of Brandenbourg and the de Lannoy family.

Destroyed in ruins on December 17, 1944 during the Ardennes Offensive in World War II, the castle was acquired by the State and fully restored.

The nature of the Mullerthal

 - Petite Suisse Luxembourgeoise region offers a favorable environment for the practice of numerous sports activities. 

Beyond the flagship activities of the region such as hiking and cycling, water sports: canoeing, kayaking and even water skiing are available on the Sûre!

​​​​​​​The region is also suitable for climbing, Nordic walking or swimming.

It offers countless possibilities for guided tours: the discovery of Echternach and other towns, visits to castles or museums.

The Mullerthal Trail carries the "Leading Quality Trails - Best of Europe" label.


Here you find some extra information

              Le parc de la Haute Sûre                                         La ville de Wiltz                                            Le parc naturel de l'Our          ​​​​​​​


                  L'Office National du Tourisme                                                                            La ville de Luxembourg                                                             Le Festival de Wiltz                                                                          

                                         La ville de Bastogne                                                           La ville de Clervaux                                                              La région du Mullerthal

                                                                                                     La ville de Redange                                                                  Le village de Bourscheid

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