The Nature Park

Rosport-Mompach Bech Consdorf Waldbillig Heffingen Larochette Nommern Fischbach Echternach Berdorf Beaufort

The many mills along its rivers and streams were the source of the name for Luxembourg’s third nature park. In the eastern part of the Grand Duchy, near the border with Germany, 11 municipalities with a total surface area of 256 sq. km. and about 24,500 inhabitants joined forces to form a nature park.

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The Geopark

Being a geopark gives the opportunity to promote the geological heritage and to raise awareness for the issue. Thanks to its remarkable geology, the Mëllerdall Nature Park qualifies as a Geopark.
The rocks have made the Mëllerdall region famous beyond its borders. The appeal of its landscape lies in its small-scale mosaic of different features, changing from plateaus to undulating hills, all the way to deeply cut valleys.

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News

Sustainable procurement means making sure that the products and services we buy are as sustainable as possible, with the lowest environmental impact and most positive social results. The Nature Park Mëllerdall recently took responsibility in this field by adopting a guideline which fixes criteria for sustainable procurement. For further details, see guideline below (only available […]

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The Nature Park is looking for an economist.

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The Nature Park is looking for a new staff member for the management of the water protection areas.

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Natural and cultural heritage

The region stands out not only with its imposing rocks and gorges, but also with the traditional orchard meadows (bongerten) and their hundreds of fruit varieties, large forests, unique fern and moss flora, natural forest reserves and a land area of 42 % Natura2000 areas. In addition, one finds here the remains of the “oldest Luxembourgers”. The oldest town in Luxembourg, the intangible world cultural heritage “the hopping procession of Echternach”, the castles and palaces of Beaufort and Larochette, Echternach Abbey with its illuminated books, and relics of early industries such as the iron and textile industry, can be found here. Last but not least, this historic tourism region can be explored on award-winning hiking trails, some of which date from the 19th century.

Here, you may discover selected examples of our natural and cultural heritage!

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