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Let this peaceful village in the Luxembourg region enchant you. Its pretty streets, traditional houses, fountains and mill are sure to steal your heart. Don't forget to stop by the nearby Hotton caves or by Riveo, the River Interpretation Centre for the perfect day out.

Stone and water

The beautiful architecture of Ny, a sweet little village 3 km of Hotton, in the province of Luxembourg,  owes its beauty to the stunning marriage of stone and water.

A perfect example of this is the fountains leaning against the wall of the neogothic church, adjoining a finely-built limestone presbytery. Most of the village’s dwellings and farmhouses are also made of limestone, and their concealed parts are often half-timbered.

The song of water

The 14th-century mill is still there, with its beautiful wheel. The village also counts many fountains and drinking troughs, most dating back to the 18th and 19th century.

 The caves of Hotton

The Grottes de Hotton, just 5 km from the village, are well worth a visit. The path will take you 65 metres underground and reveal a magical, colourful world through which a guide will lead you.

A gourmet stop

Time to indulge! Le Jacquemart, just 3 km from Ny, has recently been renovated and now welcomes guests for fantastic meals inspired by the local terroir or even a seasonal beer.

Looking forward to visiting Ny? Leaf through our digital guide featuring the most beautiful of Wallonia for extra tips on the region:

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