Campsite Petite Suisse located in the heart of the Ardennes
The beautiful area in which the Petite Suisse campsite is located, is one of the great reasons for camping at this campsite. The view is amazing due to the terraces, which make it a panoramic campsite. The campsite itself is also definitely worth staying at. There are various facilities including a bar & restaurant, from which you will also have a view of the nice swimming pool and the Ardennes hills. The animation team will provide a fun and challenging program for you or your children to enjoy yourselves. Check out the campsite map to see what Petite Suisse looks like.
Nature in the region
The Ardennes are a perfect area for experiencing nature during wonderful hikes or bike rides. The forests surrounding Petite Suisse offer peace and nature for everyone. And if you are finished exploring the forests, the waterfalls, the Nisramont reservoir, and the La Roche rock formations await you. There is another bit of beautiful nature behind each hill. Would the children enjoy an adventurous hike? Then take them to Park Chlorophylle, where they can enjoy climbing and scrambling during a round trip hike of approximately 1 hour. They won't even notice, that's how much fun they will be having!
The Ourthe and Aisne region
The Ourthe and Aisne region consists of the municipalities of Durbuy, Erezée, Hotton, Manhay, and Rendeux. It is situated to the north of Luxembourg province, and has a favorable geographical location that makes it easily accessible all year round. It consists of more than one hundred villages, and one small city (Durbuy), which are all very charming but also very different. The Ourthe and the Aisne make it a tourist region: trips and stays, active and sporting holidays, patrimony, culture and gastronomy.
In addition to the beautiful landscapes of the Belgian Ardennes, the Famenne and the Condroz, beautiful villages, two of which have been recognized by the "Les Plus Beaux Villages de Wallonie" association, namely Ny and Wéris. Remarkable caves (Hotton), small chapels, mysterious castles, local produce, strange legends, and very lively folklore. For additional information you can contact the various tourist offices, or of course you can contact us!