how to get to camping Les Murets by car: take the highway E25 direction Luxembourg (coming from Liège). From Liège it is the 2nd exit, nr. 41. Then drive through the village of Tilff, direction Esneux. In the village of Méry you take the first road to the right to the village of Hôny. Right after the bridge to the left. You follow that road all the way to the end (halfway in the village is a crossing a bit slant, but go straight through). Turn at the end right, underneath the railroad. Stay on the concrete road. You’ll find the campsite after 300 m on your left hand.
If you follow the gps it will lead you through steep and narrow roads, which can cause problems with caravans and mobile homes. Turn your gps on after exit 41 but stay on the paved road in Hôny.
How to get to camping Les Murets by train: he little station of Hôny is located 300 m from the campsite. The train to Hôny parts from Liège-Guillemins, direction Jemelles/Gouvy. It takes 20 minutes. Make sure you sit at the front of the train otherwise you miss the sign of Hôny. And the platform is low, so you don’t see that either from the train.
On internet you can find this timeschedule on http://www.belgianrail.be/ or search for ’ligne 43, Liège-Guillemins à Jemelles/Gouvy’ .
how to get to camping Les Murets by bike : camping Les Murets is situated along the RAVeL-route nr. 5, about 18 kms from Liège. These RAVeL-routes are mostly flat biking routes in Belgium. Leaving Liège you follow the Ourthe direction Tilff and Esneux until the village of Hôny. You don’t see a sign but there you will be led away from the Ourthe into the village, along the bakery, straight through underneath the railroad. After 300m you’ll find camping Les Murets on your left hand.
On the station Liège-Guillemins you can rent a bike for a day, a week or a month quite cheap. The brochure about the RAVeL routes you can get at the tourist office. Better to let them sent it to you.
How to get to camping Les Murets on foot: camping Les Murets is located about 3 kms from the GR57 and the pilgrim route to Santiago de Compostella. You abandon these routes in the area of Roches aux Faucons if you want to go to the campsite. You go to the village of Fêchereux, to the paved road. There you turn left. After a while this road follows the Ourthe. In the next village, Hôny, you will find the campsite after the first 2 houses on your right hand. This will take you three quarters of an hour from the point where you abandon the GR57 or the pilgrim route.