A visit to the Jura Mountains, a land of traditions where you can experience the peaceful lifestyle of days gone by.
CLOSER TO NATURE
Boasting a scenically diverse and impressive landscape with charming rural villages unscathed by the hands of time, the Jura Mountains are located at the border with Switzerland and stretch out over approximately 250 kilometres in Bourgogne-Franche-Comté and Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes. They unfold in Doubs, the greenest department of France, named after the 453-kilometre river that flows through it, and extend into Ain where they reach their summit at 1,720 metres in Crêt de la Neige. In this land of traditions, one can indulge all the senses – from breathing in crisp mountain air in one of the most unspoilt parts of the country to discovering the many artisanal products that are part of its unique heritage.
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