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**** Hotel | Courlans | At 5 min from Lons‑le‑Saunier | Jura

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Activities & Tourism

The Auberge de Chavannes is ideally located in Bourgogne-Franche-Comté, near the Rhône-Alpes region.

Just 20 minutes away from the Bresse racing circuits (for those who love the thrills of speed) it is also the perfect point from which to set off on a hike, recharge your batteries with a ramble in the countryside, explore a nature trail or visit museums and cultural heritage sites. The Auberge de Chavanne will be pleased to suggest outings to suit your schedule, your inclinations and your children’s wishes.

And for any other information or ideas about exploring the area, the Coteaux du Jura Tourist Office in Lons-le-Saunier will be happy to help you.

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Site of the Coteaux du Jura Tourist Office...

Auberge de Chavannes


Château-Chalon, ranked one of the most beautiful villages in France and famous for its Vin Jaune (yellow wine), is a magnificent village perched on a rocky peak. From its many scenic viewing points, you can admire the vast plain of the Bresse Jurassienne. Strolling along the narrow streets of this unusual village, you are sure to get a warm welcome from its craftsmen and wine producers.

Site of the Maison de la Haute Seille...

Auberge de Chavannes


Famous worldwide both for its wines and as the city where Louis Pasteur spent part of his life, Arbois is a magnificent Jura town that is part of an association of typical towns with regional character grouped together under the label Petite Cité Comtoise de Caractère. Exploring its many wineries and shops makes for an enjoyable day spent between cliffs and slopes.

Site of the Arbois tourism office...

Auberge de Chavannes


The town of Arc-et-Senans is known for the Saline Royale, a UNESCO world heritage monument. This outstanding architectural complex will transport you several centuries back in time to the era when brine from the saltworks of Salins-les-Bains arrived via a system of wooden canals. There are some fascinating exhibitions on the subject.

Site of the Saline Royale d'Arc-et-Senans...

Auberge de Chavannes
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