Things to see and do



The region offers a diversity of landscapes, atmospheres and cultures 

making it a rich destination, full of resources and unexpected discoveries.

Here are a few must-see sites and activities. Of course, this list is not exhaustive, so don't hesitate to ask us. We'll be delighted to help you create a holiday that's just right for you.

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Dole and the surrounding areas

Dole, a town of art and history (2km)

Dole, nicknamed the Little Venice of the Jura, will delight heritage lovers. You'll love taking in its streets and alleys, discovering its architectural treasures and strolling along the banks of the Doubs.

You can also visit the house where Pasteur was born, or the rich collections of the Musée des Beaux-Arts.

For those with a sweet tooth, the city also has some excellent restaurants!

The three Mounts 

The three limestone hills of Plumont, Mont Joly and Mont-Roland offer a variety of walking and cycling routes.

You can visit the Notre-Dame de Mont-Roland chapel, a spiritual place since the 11th century, and take in the panoramic views; venture into the Serre and Chaux forests and take in the beautiful scenery and landscapes; or stop off at the pleasant Foulotière spring.

Around the vineyards

Jura wine

With its strong identity, the Jura vineyards stand out from other wine-growing regions thanks to the quality and diversity of their wines and their inimitable specialities.

Discover the variety of Jura wines as you pass through extraordinary landscapes and exceptional villages. You can taste the 7 AOC wines of the Jura: Côtes du Jura, Château-Chalon, l'Etoile, Arbois, Crémant, Macvin and Marc du Jura.

 Burgundy vineyards

Burgundy and its prestigious vineyards are home to some of the most famous wines in the world. A blend of tradition and expertise, set off to discover these exceptional terroirs.

Our guest house is labeled  Vignobles et Découvertes.

It is with pleasure that we will share with you our suggestions concerning the Jura vineyards, but also Burgundy ! 

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Sport activities


Whether you're looking for a sporty hike or a family outing, the Jura mountains offer stunning scenery and a variety of trails. Ask us about our selection of walking routes to find the one that suits you best!

EuroVélo 6

Along the 42 km of the Jura section of EuroVelo 6, you'll be pedalling a totally safe, scenic route through the Doubs valley, dotted with a host of pretty, typical riverside villages.

Nans-Sous-Sainte-Anne Via Ferrata (60km)

For the more intrepid, the via ferrata at Nans-Sous-Sainte-Anne has been designed in a remarkable site of unspoilt wild beauty. It is accessible to beginners and also offers routes for the more experienced.

Nature, walks and discoveries


The diversity of the lakes in the Jura region is sure to please those who are keen on swimming and leisure activities, as well as those who prefer to take in the unspoilt scenery.

Surrounded by grassy or sandy banks with picnic areas, the Vouglans and Chour lakes offer a variety of water sports: pedalos, inflatable structures, etc.

The 4 lakes region (Illay, Narlay, petit and grand Maclu) is wilder and more unspoilt, with breathtaking scenery.

Waterfall and caves 

Let yourself be surprised by the magic of the Jura waterfalls, which offer an enchanting spectacle in the heart of an exceptional natural heritage.

With its limestone subsoil, the region is also ideal for geological and speleological discoveries. The many caves, chasms and caverns offer a stunning natural backdrop, with underground lakes, varied colours and crystallisations, grandiose stalagmites and stalactites...
















Cultural activities

The Royal Saltworks of Arc-et-Senans  (37km)

The Saline Royale d'Arc-et-Senans, an 18th-century royal saltworks, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the masterpiece of architect Claude-Nicolas Ledoux. Its unique architecture will leave you breathless.

The Besançon Citadel (56km)

This exceptional monument built by Vauban is a must-see! A cultural site, the Citadelle is home to three French museums, including one dedicated to preserving biodiversity. Its ramparts and bastioned towers offer superb views over the whole of the city. It's easy to spend a whole day there!