Nature reserve "Beetebuerger Bësch"
Time to lace up those boots!
This forest between Leudelange and Bettembourg seems fairly ordinary at first: magnificent trees, beautiful landscapes and the joyful chirping of the birds to accompany you along the way. And yet, if you trek a little deeper into this welcoming nature reserve and keep your eyes open, you might spot some rare species. The massif forest consists primarily of beech trees, and a path takes you along streams and pools all the way to the Léiffraeweier pond. Be on the lookout for the ashen woodpecker, the black woodpecker and the sea woodpecker.
And at dusk, if you gaze up at the branches and the sky, you might catch a glimpse of a Natterer or Bechstein’s bat. You’re not afraid of bats, right?
Trails leading through de nature reserve "Beetebuerger Bësch": Auto-pédestre Abweiler, CFL 20: Luxembourg - Bettembourg, Sentier nature "Beetebuerger Bësch"
Where? Rue Président J-F Kennedy, L-3249 Bettembourg
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Where? rue de Rumelange, L-4265 Esch-sur-Alzette
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Where? 1, du Moulin, L-3857 Schifflange
Nature reserve "Brill"
Where? Rue de la forêt, L-3620 Kayl
Discover how the iron ore exploitation has lef its marks on the region and its nature
Where? Rue Jean-Pierre Bausch, L-4114 Esch-sur-Alzette
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Where? 6, Ellergronn, L-4114 Esch-sur-Alzette
The Minett region - officially a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve
Where? Rue Denis Netgen, L-3858 Schifflange
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Where? rue des Usines, L-3481 Dudelange
The largest nature reserve in the country
Where? rue Titelberg, L-4678 Differdange
Nature has the final word