For your next vacation it is already decided, they will be in the Jura. This department of Burgundy-Franche-Comté, which you often cross or drive through to get to the south, in the Centre, but you do not necessarily stop there. Indeed, but why go far and be forced to wait in traffic jams, when you can get away from it by staying close to home. Moreover, the Jura is ideal for a return to calm and nature: many forests run through it, which has earned its name, Jura meaning mountain forest; it also shelters many protected areas and natural reserves such as: the island of Girard, the cave of Gravelle, the coast of Mancy and the seigns of Barbouillons. Between mountains (mountain range), forests and meadows, it is therefore a place where the grass is greener than elsewhere, and which will soothe you. It is also a place that will allow you to discover many cultural activities. The Estivales des Orgues of the Jura will charm you with the powerful sound of organs and no less powerful choruses, all orchestrated in churches, for maximum amplitude. The Bouche à Oreille Festival, ideal for epicureans, combines palate pleasure with auditory pleasure: where you can savor the local cuisine and the local music, in a note or a bite. For other moments of musical discovery, visit the Haut-Jura Music Festival, the Jazz Festival à Cousance and the Polizic Festival in Poligny. And other events also exist. In short, many possibilities are available to you. Regarding your accommodation, you probably want to go camping for a no hassle stay. Airotel offers three destinations: Clairvaux-les-lacs, Lake Vouglans, and the green resorts and snow villages.
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To enjoy the water and the beach, during summer and winter, strolling, swimming or sunbathing, then nothing can rival Clairveaux-les-Lacs. Its flourishing nature will offer you and your family a magnificent show. The many hiking and biking trails allow you to move while observing more closely the surrounding nature. Take advantage of the Lakes route to see the country while cooling off in the many lakes along the road. You can also, if you are a fan of history and culture, visit the churches and castles of the city, as well as some prehistoric sites of global interest (praised by the UNESCO).
The artificial Lake Vauglans is 35 km long, which allows a multitude of water and tourism activities, from sunbathing and fishing to cruising. And if you love diving, you will be able to contemplate the Vaucluse Charterhouse, not from the ground but under the water. Indeed, the 12th century abbey was swallowed up under the waters of the lakes. A captivating spectacle for the eyes.
These places are entirely created for the pleasure of users. In addition, they advocate two values: authenticity and respect for the environment. Among other activities, you can ski, skate, swim, go hiking, discover the culture and local gastronomy, in at least 5 villages of the Jura.