The beautiful neo gothic Notre-Dame de l'Assomption's church was built in 1873, broken down in 1940 and rebuilt in 1951.
On top of its 50-meter tower, you can enjoy a panoramic view of 800km². If the weather is clear you can see the towers of Montmédy, Saint-Donat and Saint-Martin (Arlon) as well as the heights of Douaumont (Verdun). The church tower also houses a magnificent chime of 48 bells, the biggest and most beautiful in the province of Luxembourg. The Belvedere is open every day in July and August and in low-season for groups who asked, beforehand, the Tourist Office (Syndicat d'Initiative) of Florenville.
Behind the church, on top of the first cuesta of Lorraine, you will see a beautiful panorama of the valley of the Semois, villages of Sainte-Cécile, Martué, Lacuisine, Chiny and the vast Ardennes forest.
With an exceptional view, Paysalia, the Interpretive Center of the Landscape will welcome you and explain you everything about the landscapes and its secrets. There, you will find four illustrated thematic spaces: geology, forest, agriculture and building.
La Poivrière : outstanding small building with a military architecture. It is an old redoubt that was built during Louis 14's reign to ensure the defense of the Semois..
On the downstream, stands the ancient castle of the lords of Florenville, « La Coue ».
Violette's statue (heroine of Jean-Claude Servais' comic books): you will be attracted by the statue that is situated near the church, in front of the municipality house.
Numerous shops and boutiques, cafes, breweries and restaurants are open on Sunday.