The remainings of the castle at Herbeumont still showing the borderies of the rooms, the outer walls. The castle dominates the village, pieking out above it.
It was build in 1268 but destroyed in 1657 by King Louis XIV.
It was covered up for year with earth and plants, but recently the national archeological organisation started to open it up again.
Nowadays you can visit it again.
Recently they have planted pancartes with explanation (French/Dutch) about the different purposes of rooms and locations.
From above you have a marvelous outlook at the curls of the river Semois, sparkling like a jewel in the sunshine.
Get back to nature go walk in the wood, take a canoe trip down the river. Walk up to the old castle ruins.