La Ramonette à Bouillon ou la Tour de Baimont

La Ramonette

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On the left bank, the “Ramonette” and the cliff-top of “Baimont” are historic promontories strewn with benches leading towards the castle from the south until the rock becomes too steep.

From here the view onto the Semois is particularly attractive as the river washes against the base of town at the “Quai des  Remparts”, the “Collège Turenne” and the “Archéoscope” and, on the other side, at the “île du Calay” and the bridge “Pont de Cordemois”.