Jurassisches Bauernmuseum (Jura Farmers Museum)

Jurassisches Bauernmuseum (Jura Farmers Museum)

Return to rural life with a visit to the Farmers Museum. The main attraction is the building itself, a large double storey farmhouse from the 16th century with a shingled roof. This museum north of Tramelan depicts the homes of two peasant...more

To the cliffs and edge of the Freiberge

To the cliffs and edge of the Freiberge

The Freiberge is known to be a predominantly flat highland plateau. However, by Noirmont things change dramatically, with a steep and narrow drop to the Doubs Valley. more

Pond Les Cerlatez JU

Pond Les Cerlatez JU

This nature reserve at 1,000 metres extending around the Etang de...more

La Randoline – hiking and sinkholes

La Randoline –...

On the trail between Saignelégier and La Gruère, hikers discover the...more

Jurassisches Bauernmuseum (Jura Farmers Museum)

Return to rural life with a visit to the Farmers Museum. The main attraction is the building itself, a large double storey farmhouse from the 16th century with a shingled roof. This museum north of Tramelan depicts the homes of two peasant families from centuries past, and makes for an impressive insight into what life was like back then. Open all year round upon request.

To the cliffs and edge of the Freiberge

The Freiberge is known to be a predominantly flat highland plateau. However, by Noirmont things change dramatically, with a steep and narrow drop to the Doubs Valley.

The Freiberge is known to be a predominantly flat highland plateau. However, by Noirmont things change dramatically, with a steep and narrow drop to the Doubs Valley.

Pond Les Cerlatez JU

This nature reserve at 1,000 metres extending around the Etang de Gruère, the thousand-year-old pond in the peat bog near Saignelégier, is an ideal and popular place for observing birds, animals and plants. Worthwhile taking is a detour to the Centre Nature Les Cerlatez, where art and nature go hand in hand. The postal coach (Postauto), or the Jura trains, will take you there.

La Randoline – hiking and sinkholes

On the trail between Saignelégier and La Gruère, hikers discover the typical features of a landscape that is very peculiar to the Franches-Montagnes plateau: undulating meadows interspersed with clumps of trees, dense pine forests, remote farms and rambling settlements where cattle and horses graze. Information panels on the history and geology, sightseeing, picnic areas and restaurants.