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Jura mountains

Jura Mountains form a natural border between France and Switzerland, and present visitors with a protected sanctuary away from the main tourist trail.

Among open spaces where nature abounds and the calm, the pure mountain air invites you to spend your holiday getting back to nature and recharging your batteries.

>> Water, stone, and woodland: these are what form the essence of the Jura Mountains

Valleys, crests, ridges, peaks, and canyons... Jura’s stony terrain traces stunning landscapes and natural phenomena, and often reveals magnificent views out over pristine, wild expanses.

Water has played a fundamental role in forging the Jura’s landscape as it flows underground to carve out eerie grottos and sculpts the sides of mysterious chasms. Jura’s dense and seemingly endless forests complete its peaceful natural landscape.

>> Paradise for outdoor pursuits

In summer or winter, visit slopes cloaked in green or white and enjoy hiking or winter sports where they are at their best: in the Jura Mountains.

Canyoning, via ferrata, swimming, paragliding, fishing... in this outstanding natural setting you are spoilt for choice and guaranteed an unforgettable holiday.

In winter, slopes and plateaus wear thick coats of white and are an ideal winter sports playground: 3000km of cross-country ski slopes, alpine skiing in the Jura’s ski resorts, and snowshoe treks await... the trickiest part is choosing what to do!

Of course, local cuisine and regional produce are also part of your trip: wines, cheeses, and cured meats give your stay a gourmet edge that will prove difficult to resist.