The Jura may hide its light under a bushel, but it is a rich and well-preserved region that should absolutely be visited! On the agenda: bountiful nature, composed of forests, rivers, lakes and mountains, diverse heritage and top-notch crafts.
Some of its sites may be unique, such as the dazzling waterfalls, the Cascades du Hérisson, and spectacular blind valley, the Reculée de Baume, but others are just as remarkable, including the Lakes Region and the vast Forêt de Chaux.
An invigorating setting that lends itself to a fine array of activities: hiking, kayaking, skiing, trout fishing, thermal spa treatments... and tasting the local specialities, starting with comté cheese and the famous vin jaune of the Arbois vineyards.
You will also appreciate its designated Villes d'art et d'histoire, Dole, Lons-le-Saunier, Salins-les-Bains, which can boast having produced Louis Pasteur, Rouget de Lisle and, last but not least, The Laughing Cow cheese!
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