Tucked away in beautiful Ardenneson the Belgian-French border, Landal Village l’Eau d’Heure enjoys an idyllic setting beside Lac de la Plate Taille, the largest of five magnificent man-made lakes. A superb base in a unique area uniting the peace and tranquillity of water with a wealth of unusual historic attractions - perfect for a European holiday with a difference!
Landal Village L’Eau d’Heure boasts an incredible 1800 watery acres - here you can sail, waterski, dive, jet-ski, surf and canoe to your heart’s content.
A specially designed beach and promenade, the Aqua Centre* which includes the recently renovated indoor pool and open-air spray park plus an array of facilities which promises relaxation for waterbabies and landlubbers alike. The village also hosts an eco-museum, aquarium, miniature of the area, dam tours and a tower commanding panoramic views. Wallonia, the largely undiscovered, French-speaking southern half of Belgium, is a rich landscape stretching from the rolling hills of its north through plateaux sliced by deep river gorges to the densely forested slopes of the Ardennes in its south. Renowned for the diversity of its delicious beer, peppered with historic castles and housing most of Belgium’s forests, this lovely region is a rare jewel in Europe’s crown. With over 300km of signposted paths for walking, horse riding, cycling and mountain biking, this is a countryside begging leisurely exploration.
The local prehistoric caves and Rance woods are a must, as is nearby Chimay, home to the Trappist monks famous for brewing beer. Caves abound, including unmissable Neptunus in Nismes, with its underground cruise and sound-light show. The Phillipville galleries and picturesque Beaumont are nearby, many more quaint towns, the Meuse valley and spectacular Dinant gorge are all easily accessible.