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Doubs Regional Nature Park

Doubs Regional Nature Park
Doubs Regional Nature Park. © Gerry Nitsch
  • Place

    • Saignelégier
    Ort
  • Recommended Duration

    • 30 Minutes
    Dauer

The Doubs Regional Nature Park extends over more than 40 kilometres in the cantons of Jura, Neuchatel and Bern and includes 16 communities. Recognized by the federal authorities as a regional nature park of national importance, the Parc du Doubs is intended to ensure the preservation and sustainable development of its territory with regard to environment, patrimony and population.

"It was Switzerland Tourism who gave us the idea. We saw a map of the regional nature parks of Switzerland in one of their summer brochures. We didn't know that our country had established this kind of park, which we have always appreciated on our holidays in France. We decided to spend a few days in the Doubs region. We discovered St-Ursanne with its medieval charm, the Saut-du-Doubs and also some lesser-known places such as Biaufond and La Bouège. We had some wonderful walks and also tried an E-bike for the first time."

Magalie et Jérôme

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- Sustainable activities and theme excursions (fauna and flora, heritage) can be booked on request.

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Doubs Regional Nature Park
Doubs Regional Nature Park. © Stefan Meyer
Doubs Regional Nature Park
Doubs Regional Nature Park. © Alain Perret

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