Esch-sur-Sûre (member of the Upper-Sûre Nature Park) is a small village set in mountains and skirted by the river Sûre.  Site among the most outstanding in the country.

The village is dominated by the scale of its ruined manor-house (927) and the cliffs which plunge down to the river. The road takes you via a first tunnel (1850) and then a second (1954) to the Sûre dam.

The House of the Park in the former cloth factory in Esch-sur-Sûre contains the reception and information centre about the activities in the region and is the first point of sale for buying typical regional products.

90 km of walking paths.

Horse-riding circuit in the Natural Park of the Upper-Sûre.