MEDIEVAL RUINS OF POILVACHE
Country : Belgium
Fédération du Tourisme de la Province de Namur
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The Poilvache area occupies a limestone rock looking over the river and the charming village of Houx, 5 kms from Dinant. The 13th and 15th century walls flanked with towers protected the town and the castle. Both stretched out on an area of 2,5 ha.
Visitors can admire an impressive panorama of the Meuse River between the Yvoir bridge and the Crèvecoeur ruins, a wall of a large medieval house, a well, water cellars, nine different towers and many other remains.