Destination Clervaux is dotted with monuments and historical buildings.
Sites and monuments
From European monuments on the tripartite border......to the watermill, ‘Rackesmillen’ in Enscherange.
Walking tours, by bus or coach
Whether on foot or by bike, bus, or more romantically, horsedrawn carriage, Ardennes – Clervaux is the destination waiting to be discovered. Make sure to book your trip either as a footloose
wanderer or by guided tour.
- The Abbey The valley is majesticaly dominated by the benedictic St. Maurice abbey. The construction goes back to the years 1909/10. Inside the abbey you will find an interesting exposition of the customs and sacred rites. The priests of St. Maurice have a life of prayers and seclusion in spirit dictated by the rules of Saint Benedict. A church service is celebrated every day at 10:30.
- The castle The old castle - built in the 12th century - dominates the view by its imposing mass. It has witnessed a millenia of prestige and power of the counts of Clervaux.
- Chapel N.D. de Lorette was constructed around 1762 in rococo style.
- This church, which was build in a romain-rheanan style in the years 1910-1912, represents the research and remenbrance of a cultivated man, the prominent mayor Emile Prum.
- Monument of the farmer war. A historical witness at the foot of the Abbey, a medieval cross in the memory of the heroic resistants against the invaders 1795 - 1798.
- The Rackés mill in Enscherange