2,5km from Poudrey abyss:
You can visit the largest fitted underground chamber at 70m below ground and at 7°C.
5km from Dino-Zoo park:
Come discover this fun and educational park where you will meet a hundred full-scale reproductions of prehistoric animals.
13,5km from Ornans:
Come discover the "Little Venice" with its houses on the water and its alleys, without forgetting the surrounding breathtaking nature which allows many outdoor activities: mountain bike, hike, climbing, via-ferrata, canoe, fishing…
15km from the Loue Valley:
Wonderful place to walk, the Loue Valley follows the river whose impressive source springs from a cave. The Loue Valley is best explored by car, motorbike, bicycle or even by canoe. Listed villages and belvederes will follow during the tour by the water.
23,5km from Besançon:
Besancon and its historic center are encircled in a horseshoe-shaped bend of the Doubs River. Its citadel built by Vauban (UNESCO world heritage) gives a spectacular overview from its rampart. The citadel is home to many museums and a zoo. Being the historical cradle of French watchmaking, Besancon has a unique astronomic clock with 70 clock faces as well as fine arts and archeology museum.
30km from Pontarlier and Morteau :
Located a few kilometers from Switzerland border, these two cities will make you discover the watchmaking tradition with their museums as well as a renowned cuisine thanks to the famous Morteau sausage or liqueurs such as absinthe or "Pontarlier".You can also stroll around the Saint Point Lake or admire the Saut du Doubs waterfalls.
50km from Switzerland:
Le Locle and la Chaux-de-Fonds: outstanding examples of mono-industrial manufacturing towns which are well preserved and still active. Le Locle and La Chaux-de-Fonds are an example of a symbiosis between the watch industry and urban development. From their beginnings as small mountain villages 1,000 m above sea level, La Chaux-de-Fonds and Le Locle were shaped over a few decades by the watch industry.
At first glance the lengthy straight streets that characterise La Chaux-de-Fonds and Le Locle may seem boring and rather insignificant but they have both historical and architectural value. The street plan, the buildings and the factories that constitute the urban makeup were designed to answer the needs of a new industry that over time has come to symbolise the region.
Lausanne: both urban and seaside, between lake, mountains, vineyards and forests, Lausanne seduces with its relaxed lifestyle and offers all the characteristics of a metropolis but on a human scale. Discover unique museums like Plateforme 10, the new arts quartier, la Collection de l'Art Brut or the Olympic museum. Treat yourself to innovative cuisine which revisits tradition and honors local and artisan producers. Then breathe, because Lausanne is a natural breath-taking environment with Lake Geneva, the Alps and the Jura in the background.