Jura region is named after the Jura mountains which cover the South of this region. Jura is the youngest canton of Switzerland. It was created only in 1979 when it split from the Canton of Bern. The Jura region shares a border with France and is one of four Swiss cantons which have a predominantly French-speaking population. Holiday homes Jura region can provide are well-equipped and very comfortable, so why don't you choose one of them and get ready to spend some exciting and memorable holidays in this wonderful part of Switzerland?
When you stay in one of the cosy holiday homes Jura region can offer, you will be astounded by the wealth of activities you can indulge in here. In summer, you can go mountainbiking, hiking, horseback riding, golfing or you can enjoy various watersports. You can also pretend to be Robin Hood and try yourself at achery. The more adventurous travellers could go paragliding. In winter, you can go downhill or cross-country skiing or hire some snowshoes. Many holiday homes Jura region can provide come with a fireplace, sauna or hot tub, so you can retreat to your cosy holiday base after having spent an exciting day in the winterworld of the Jura region.
When you are staying in one of the holiday homes Jura region can offer, you can visit some unique attractions. Why not, for example, watch how the Tête de Moine cheese is produced in the towns of Bellelay, Saignelegier or St-Imier? Alternatively, you can visit the Distillery Schneider in Cornol, the Bison Park in Boncourt or the Balade de Seprais, a wonderful open-air museum with plenty of interesting sculptures. If you stay in holiday homes Jura region offers, you will also have the opportunity to visit some splendid natural sites like the serene nature reserve of Etang de la Gruère, the Caves of Réclère or the Doubs Regional Nature Park. From the Jura region, you can also visit Mulhouse or Strasbourg in the Alsace region of France, Besancon or Dijon.