INTRODUCING JURA

The rolling, wooded, limestone mountains of the Jura form a natural border with Switzerland. A fascinating region that retains its rich, rustic charm; glorious gorges, fairy tale forests, serene lakes and plunging valley waterfalls at practically every turn.

With Bourgogne to the west and Lorraine to the north, in France's eastern Franche-Comté, the rolling, wooded, limestone mountains of the Jura form a natural border with Switzerland and have been a huge attraction to hikers, skiers and outdoor adventurers for centuries. And it's easy to see why.

You Said

"Lovely location fab weather." Sisk from on the park

Your Regional Specialist Caroline

"Jura offers families all they could want for a holiday, with our campsites in the region providing loads of fun activities, and parents will have plenty to do, too! Of course, venturing out into the region you'll find even more landmarks, restaurants, fun events, and activities, so be adventurous in this beautiful and rustic region of France."

Val de Bonnal

Rougemont , Jura

A premium Castels site, Val de Bonnal is set in a fantastic tranquil location amongst the beautiful French countryside. The spacious grounds of this former water mill link up with a series of fun-for-all lakes in one of France's most green and pleasant resorts.

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