Apart from Ardennes, very few regions of France have as many borders with other countries. A natural crossroads between Belgium, Luxembourg and Germany, it is a region of historic importance and natural inspiration. The iconic Ardenne Forest is an amazing place. Julius Caesar himself recognised its majesty in his account of the Gallic Wars and we are sure you’ll agree as you walk through the huge Forêt de Saint-Hubert where it is not unusual to see stags, which along with wild boar are the central characters of your forest experience. It has to be said that between the wooded countryside of Thiérache, the Plateau de Rocroi and the Meuse Valley, the Forêt d’Ardenne is an area of astonishing biodiversity. It is a great place for all the family to enjoy, to make youngsters aware of the importance of protecting the environment and to make the most of the great outdoors. A nature destination par excellence, the forest reveals its secrets and legends to visitors at sites like Dames de Meuse at Laifour and Quatre Fils Aymon at Château-Regnault.