15 years Auberge La Grande Cure!


Marcourt, the heart of the Ardennes.
Near Marcourt flow the rivers Ourthe and Aisne. They have shaped and created this attractive region-with its numerous streams and wooded valleys. Marcourt is situated on the banks of the Ourthe and was already in 1050 the seat of the County of Montaigu (1050). In 1600,  many urns were discovered filled with ashes, bones, medals and coins with the effigy of the Roman emperors!

In the region of the two rivers, more than 100 picturesque villages are situated. Many possibilities for sightseeing!

Market in Marcourt.
Every Wednesday during the months of July and August, you can visit the local craft market, where you can taste various regional products.

Chapel St-Thibaut.
From the terrace of La Grande Cure you will see the chapel of Saint-Thibaut. From this point, which is still an official pilgrimage, you have a wonderful view over the surroundings.

Other tourist attractions.
- The megaliths of Wéris (large upright stones from the prehistory)
- Durbuy, the smallest town in the world
- Stalactite-stalagmite caves of Hotton
- Tourist railway in Erezée
- Domain Hottemme in Barvaux, with expositions about flora and fauna
- Chlorophylle in Dochamps, Forest Park
- The village La Roche with it’s ruins of the feudal Castle.

Sporting trips
For the sportive ones, there is golf, MTB, kayaking, angling, and many other activities on the menu.

Marcourt certainly deserves a detour, or better yet: a stay at La Grande Cure!

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