Campsite Du Moulin
With its landscapes where panoramic high plains and winding valleys alternate, the Luxembourg Ardennes offer an exceptional natural spectacle. In this region you will find well-preserved or carefully restored ruins of fortresses. The impressive castles of Vianden, Bourscheid and Esch-sur-Sûre are living witnesses of the medieval history of the country.
Curious about activities in the area? Click on the pictures below for more information about cycling, adventure park Vianden, canoeing and fishing.
Did you know that Luxembourgers are passionate about cycling?
In addition, great champions, such as the famous Charly Gaul nicknamed "The Angel of the Mountains", have been on the podiums of the most prestigious races, such as the Tour de France and the Giro d'Italia, at different times of the year.
Even if these great cyclists continue to increase the fervour of the inhabitants for this sport, Luxembourg has many other arguments to convince many cyclists every year:
600 km of cycle paths, 900 in the coming years, 700 km of MTB routes, beautiful and varied landscapes, unspoiled and abundant nature.
Langs onze gehele camping kunt u vissen. Luxemburg is een paradijs voor hengelaars. In de meren en rivieren zit forel, snoek, baars, paling, karper en veel andere soorten vis.
Het viswater van de l'Our stroomt langs camping Du Moulin. Het verkrijgen van een vergunning kan bij onze receptie.
In addition to the famous sights, Vianden has a climbing park with 90 exercises.
After a short instruction, the visitor can choose between different courses. In all 60 exercises, the visitor is secured with a safety line.
Access to the park is allowed for the following
Purple course: children from 5 years old
Course yellow: from 1,25 m
Blue course: from 1,35 m
Red course: from 1,40 m
Green course: from 1,50 m
Appropriate clothing and especially suitable shoes are recommended.
You can leave your car in the parking lot of the castle (ticket / max. 5 hours) and then walk to the "Bildchensbesch". The second option is to take the chairlift from Vianden to the top and walk down (15 minutes).
Opening hours 2019
Open from 01.04 to 31.10.2019 from 10.00 to 18.00 hours.
Along the "Ourdallpromenade", hikers can discover the past and present of the valley of the Our.
The 8.5 km long route can easily be used by people of all ages, and in many places there are ways to organise the return trip by bus. The most ambitious hiker can also walk the Ourdall Promenade and then take the connected routes for their return, such as Nat'Our Route 4 and Nat'Our Route 5. The main starting points with parking and bus stops are the Stolzembourg/Keppeshausen border bridge for the northern part of the promenade, the Bivels cemetery in the middle and the Vianden cemetery for the southern part.
Starting points: Vianden, Bivels and Stolzembourg