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The picturesque Vijflindenkapel definitely deserves a stop during your walking or cycling tour. You can enjoy one of the most beautiful views of the Zwalm region with a panoramic view of the surrounding open landscape. The chapel probably dates from the 18th century, but there are also several older mentions. Plop down on one of […]

Miners’ Path

On the border of Rozebeke and Michelbeke, you can walk, cycle, scoot, skate to your heart’s content on the Miners’ Path. The path used to be a railway line between the Flemish Ardennes and the Borinage coal mines. Today you can enjoy the greenery. Thanks to their great variety of abiotic characteristics, the verges are […]

Boembekemolen [mill]

The Boembekemolen, on the border of Rozebeke and Michelbeke (Brakel), is the visitor centre of Natuurpunt in the Flemish Ardennes. It is run by the volunteers of Natuurpunt Zwalmvallei. This beautiful historic setting is the perfect starting point for cycling trips and numerous beautiful walks along the Miner’s trail. In the visitor centre you can […]

Maisonnette Frea

In Maisonnette Frea you stay in a new maisonette adjacent to an authentic village villa from 1933 in the heart of Rozebeke. You have your own entrance and private terrace. You will be treated to a unique experience. For example, you can enjoy a relaxing body massage.

Casa Della Nonna

Casa Della Nonna – literally ‘grandma’s house’ – is a cozy B&B in the heart of Rozebeke. The charming farmhouse, whose history dates back to the late 1800s, has three rooms with private bathrooms.


Welcome to the visitor centre of Natuurpunt in the Flemish Ardennes! A base for anyone who wants to discover and explore the region. A warm meeting place where a friendly chat is commonplace and where you can enjoy their own beer “Boembeke Luiwerk”If you want, in addition to a beautiful nature experience, you can also […]

Koutermolen [mill]

From every hilltop in Zwalm, the white stone vat of the Koutermolen in Rozebeke immediately catches the eye. Sometimes it glows in the sun… sometimes it looks dreary in the fog or rain, but it is always a symbol of faded mill glory. The history of this grain and oil windmill dates back to before […]