The MOU Museum invites you into one of the most beautiful town halls in Belgium, which you can access from the Oudenaarde market. The museum is located in the oldest part of the building, in the 14th century Cloth Hall. This symbolised the wealth of the region’s textile industry. Take a moment to explore the wonderful woven tapestries and one of the biggest collections of silverware in Belgium.
Golf & Country Club Oudenaarde near Oudenaarde is well placed for you to enjoy a wide range of activities and outings all year round in the Flemish Ardennes. Whether you prefer town or countryside activities, there’s something to suit all tastes.
- 7 minutes by car
This werewolf walking trail leads you across 11 kilometres of countryside. Explore three gorgeous woods: Brakel, Louvière and Pottelberg. The landscape is packed with trees and features wonderful viewpoints and panoramas.
- 24 minutes by car
Take a moment to wander around its historic city centre and explore the secrets of Ghent. When you visit the Castle of the Counts, you step inside the only mediaeval fortified castle in Flanders. Overlooking the city, the Belfry of Ghent is worth a visit, with its UNESCO world heritage listing. And Saint-Bavon cathedral is home to the Adoration of the Mystic Lamb altarpiece. As night falls, Ghent takes on an enchanting aspect with its many lights. Walk across the romantic Saint-Michel bridge, from which you can enjoy a picture-postcard panorama of all of the town’s key monuments.
- 35 minutes by car