From Meaurain to Givry, the flavours route

Gastronomic ,  Road at Honnelles

35.6 km
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  • Discover the drive in the Hauts-Pays Natural Park, assuredly a land of plenty!

    Meaurain is one of these charming villages of the Hauts-Pays. The closed storefronts of former shops witness to the activity that once prevailed there – trade and contraband were the region’s misfortune and fortune… From the village, the route takes us across the gentle treed countryside with hedges and fruit trees here and there. From Angreau to Givry the route continues, with exciting discoveries
    and very rich human encounters. The artisans of this route are true ambassadors of this captivating country.
  • Difference in height
    291.21 m
  • Documentation
    GPX / KML files allow you to export the trail of your hike to your GPS (or other navigation tool)
Points of interest
1 Le Rucher du Haut-Pays
In the eyes of Philippe a passion sparkles, passed down for four generations in this land of plenty. At Meaurain, a village at the edge of the Haut-Pays, the beekeeper offers a golden nectar from his hives. The bees are a life’s work and he will do anything to cherish and protect them so they can forage in peace.

Open Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, from 5pm to 8pm
Rue de La Chapelle des Français, 2
7387 Honnelles
GSM +32 (0)479/38.64.04
2 La Chocolaterie Druart
For 30 years in his chocolate factory, Camille Druart has innovated and created new recipes, between this
subtle mix of ingredients which brings all the refinement of the palace and this powerful taste of chocolate which should always prevail. If the spices and chocolate are musical notes, praline is the harmony: Camille Druart, this selftaught person has become a master of taste.
Open weekdays, from 9am to noon, and 2pm to 5pm. Saturday 10am to 12:30pm.
Closed Friday and Sunday.
Rue de Boughors, 13
7387 Angreau
Tel. +32 (0)65/75.95.21
3 Brasserie de Blaugies
The pretty route crosses the countryside south of the Haut-Pays, ending at Blaugies, a rural town far from any urban bustle. The brewery’s situation is not insignificant. In the heart of the prairies, it draws pure water, the
base of all good beer, added to the malt and barley from the local region. The Moneuse as the Spelt Wheat Season symbolises the terroir and character of the Haut-Pays, between sweetness and bitterness.
Visits to the brewery by appointment only.
Rue de la Frontière, 435
7370 Dour
Tel. +32(0)65/65.03.60
4 Le domaine du Chant d’Eole
Modernity joins the expertise of a Champagne winemaker, Filip Remue. The domain, founded in 2015, is built in a field of wind turbines where vineyards of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Blanc grow at their feet. The bases benefit from the gentle breezes from their blades, which delays frosts. From this limestone soil and the ideal
hillside exposure comes a high quality production of Brut Blanc de Blancs and Brut Rosé.
Open Wednesday and Thursday, from 10am to 5pm Friday and Saturday from 10am to 6pm.
Grand Route, 58 - 7040 Quévy-le-Grand
Tel. +32(0)65/22.05.00
5 Ferme Fosselard
The Ferme Fosselard opens the agricultural world to the general public thanks to educational activities that take place there. The farm’s production runs in a short circuit, only in the adjacent store. Milk, butter, ice like yoghurt comes from the farm’s placid cows. Strolling through the large barn, there emerges a peacefulness and real bond between Man and animal. Everything is smooth, just like these delicious yoghurts.
Open Tuesday to Friday, from 2pm to 6pm. Saturday from9am to 12:30pm and from 2pm to 5pm.
Chaussée Brunehaut, 35 - 7041 Quévy
Tel. +32(0)65/58.68.06
291 meters of difference in height
  • Start altitude : 96 m
  • End altitude : 79 m
  • Maximum altitude : 162 m
  • Minimum altitude : 38 m
  • Total positive elevation : 291 m
  • Total negative elevation : -309 m
  • Max positive elevation : 24 m
  • Min positive elevation : -32 m