Pont à Bar - Givet - Pont à Bar - 184 Km - 34 Locks - 31 h of boating - 7 Nights (1 week)
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From Pont à Bar at Charleville-Mézières, 16 km, 3 lock(s), 2.7 h of boating
Steps : Pont à Bar Charleville-Mézières
Charleville-Mézières
This town - with its significant medieval past, including the Battle fo Chevalier Bayard, not to mention its royal connection with the marriage of Charles IX - is home to many remnants of those times: Place Ducal, the Church of Notr-eDame-d'Espérance, as well as numerous fortified towers.
Charlleville-Mézières
Tuesday and Thursday mornings, and all day Saturday
Charleville-Mézières
the museum Arthur Rimbaud of Charleville-Mézières
From Charleville-Mézières at Monthermé, 21 km, 3 lock(s), 3.4 h of boating
Steps : Charleville-Mézières Bogny sur Meuse Monthermé
Bogny-sur-Meuse
The most well-known landmark in this old hotspot of the metalworking industry is the site of the 4 Aymon sons. This 12th century legend was immortalized in sculpture by Albert Poncin in 1950.
Monthermé
At this location the Meuse river meanders between the foothills of the Vosges Mountains. This allows for some spectular viewpoints, such as the Roche de Sept Heurs and the Longue Roche, as well as the Roche aux Corpias.
From Monthermé at Fumay, 29 km, 6 lock(s), 5.1 h of boating
Steps : Monthermé Revin Fumay
Monthermé
At this location the Meuse river meanders between the foothills of the Vosges Mountains. This allows for some spectular viewpoints, such as the Roche de Sept Heurs and the Longue Roche, as well as the Roche aux Corpias.
Laifour
In this little village situated between Monthermé and Givet springs a "bloody" spring. In fact, the red water coming from this spring is due to its course across ferruginous rocks. This spring has given rise to many legends.
Fumay
In this old slate mine, the tourist office suggests routes allowing you to discover the remnants of this activity.
the tunnel of Revin
Not so long at only 224m, it was built at the end of the 19th century. It was strengthened in 2012 following a rock slide.
Revin
Tuesday morning
Fumay
Wednesday morning
From Fumay at Givet, 26 km, 5 lock(s), 4.5 h of boating
Steps : Fumay Givet
Givet
This town, located on the border with Belgium, is very lively in summer: the military music festival, festival on the quays, the catering professions and arts and crafts, as well as the onion market. The citadel of Charlemont, at the entrance to the town, was built by Charles Quint in the 16the century, then strengthened a little later by Vauban. Part of this impressive citadel is open to the public.
the tunnel of Ham-sur-Meuse
This 564m long tunnel was dug out in 1880. It allows a several kilometer long loop of the Meuse river to be circumvented.
Givet
Friday morning
Givet
From Givet at Fumay, 26 km, 5 lock(s), 4.5 h of boating
Steps : Givet Fumay
Givet
This town, located on the border with Belgium, is very lively in summer: the military music festival, festival on the quays, the catering professions and arts and crafts, as well as the onion market. The citadel of Charlemont, at the entrance to the town, was built by Charles Quint in the 16the century, then strengthened a little later by Vauban. Part of this impressive citadel is open to the public.
the tunnel of Ham-sur-Meuse
This 564m long tunnel was dug out in 1880. It allows a several kilometer long loop of the Meuse river to be circumvented.
Givet
Friday morning
Givet
From Fumay at Monthermé, 29 km, 6 lock(s), 5.1 h of boating
Steps : Fumay Revin Monthermé
Monthermé
At this location the Meuse river meanders between the foothills of the Vosges Mountains. This allows for some spectular viewpoints, such as the Roche de Sept Heurs and the Longue Roche, as well as the Roche aux Corpias.
Laifour
In this little village situated between Monthermé and Givet springs a "bloody" spring. In fact, the red water coming from this spring is due to its course across ferruginous rocks. This spring has given rise to many legends.
Fumay
In this old slate mine, the tourist office suggests routes allowing you to discover the remnants of this activity.
the tunnel of Revin
Not so long at only 224m, it was built at the end of the 19th century. It was strengthened in 2012 following a rock slide.
Revin
Tuesday morning
Fumay
Wednesday morning
From Monthermé at Pont à Bar, 37 km, 6 lock(s), 6.1 h of boating
Steps : Monthermé Bogny sur Meuse Charleville-Mézières Pont à Bar
Bogny-sur-Meuse
The most well-known landmark in this old hotspot of the metalworking industry is the site of the 4 Aymon sons. This 12th century legend was immortalized in sculpture by Albert Poncin in 1950.
Charleville-Mézières
This town - with its significant medieval past, including the Battle fo Chevalier Bayard, not to mention its royal connection with the marriage of Charles IX - is home to many remnants of those times: Place Ducal, the Church of Notr-eDame-d'Espérance, as well as numerous fortified towers.
Monthermé
At this location the Meuse river meanders between the foothills of the Vosges Mountains. This allows for some spectular viewpoints, such as the Roche de Sept Heurs and the Longue Roche, as well as the Roche aux Corpias.
Charlleville-Mézières
Tuesday and Thursday mornings, and all day Saturday
Charleville-Mézières
the museum Arthur Rimbaud of Charleville-Mézières

FishingThe Meuse waters are full of fish.

BikeThroughout your river cruise in houseboat, you will find on the banks of the Meuse River a tow path allowing you to bike ride.


The Locks
1 Type of locks on The Meuse
  • - Automatic locks

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