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.
"Lovely location fab weather." Sisk from on the park
The fly-and-drive option is a quick and easy way to make the trip over to your destination, which can be rounded off by driving the remainder of the journey to your park of choice. Flying is cheap, fast, and a fun way to begin your holiday.
Ferries are a cheap and relaxing way to make your way to your destination. All you need to do is arrive at your port, drive on board, and then you’ll be ferried off on your holiday. It also ensures you can bring your car with you, and with dozens of routes to choose from it’s now easier than ever to make your way across Europe.