To make your stay in the region even more memorable, Jura Tourisme has put together some suggested itineraries. These will take you along the most beautiful roads and take you to the best places. The routes are to be taken individually, according to your own timetable. Enjoy!

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Route 1

The shortest itinerary. Between the hills, this route takes you through the Delémont valley and the Terre Sainte (Holy Land) on little-used back roads. Along the way, don’t miss Lac de Lucelle on the Franco-Swiss border.


Lac de Lucelle JU Foto by Christof Sonderegger

Route 2

Ajoie and its wide open spaces await you. You’ll have the chance to cool off in the Réclère caves, listed as one of Switzerland’s most astonishing natural sights, or stroll around the castle in the beautiful town of Porrentruy.


Route 3

In the heart of the Doubs Nature Park, your ride will be punctuated by the river of the same name. This route is a Mecca for the Grand Tour of Switzerland and for motoring enthusiasts, due in no small part to the beauty of the route. The pearl of the Jura, the perfectly preserved medieval town of St-Ursanne, is sure to charm you.


Route 4

Make way for the Franches-Montagnes and its plateau at an altitude of 1,000 metres, an iconic region dotted with fir-wooded pastures. Your 2CVs are sure to meet the emblem of the Jura, the Franches-Montagnes horse. On your route is the Etang de la Gruère, the region’s most famous tourist attraction. It is a nature reserve of national importance. The Etang offers a magical landscape whose special feature is its black water (a peat bog over 12,000 years old).


Route 5

Do you know Tête de Moine? Go beyond tasting it and visit its place of origin in Bellelay, where a museum can be visited. Along the way, you’ll discover some spectacular scenery, including the famous Gorges du Pichoux.