In the heart of the Belgian Ardennes, near Durbuy, lies the fairytale castle of Petite Somme. The Château has a long history and now houses the spiritual community, Radhadesh Ardennes. The new residents have thoroughly restored the castle and transformed it into a true spiritual oasis where you can explore the colourful culture of the Indian tradition. The Château is now one of the main attractions of the Ardennes and is open to visitors every day.
What can you do in Radhadesh Ardennes?
We offer daily tours of the castle, where a guide tells you more about the rich history of the Château itself, explains the Indian culture and religion, and lets you enjoy the wonderful view over the Ardennes and a traditional Indian dance performance.
For more cultural immersion you can visit MOSA – the Museum of Sacred Art. There you can enjoy a variety of exhibitions of Indian art, as well as modern photo exhibitions.
The Château also offers other facilities such as a vegetarian restaurant and cafeteria, a comfortable guest house to stay at, an Indian store with countless trinkets, a nice walk on the wooded estate, a traditional bakery, and a playground for children.
Radhadesh is a vibrant community where many retreats, courses and cultural festivals are held.
Radhadesh’s property, restaurant, boutique and bakery are accessible to wheelchair users. The tour is only partially accessible.
Where is Radhadesh Ardennes?
The Château de Petite Somme is located in a wooded area in one of the most attractive and popular holiday areas of the Ardennes. Radhadesh is therefore an ideal base for trips to one of the many other tourist attractions in the area, such as the town of Durbuy.
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