Visite audio-guidée de Montbéliard, Cité des Princes

Guided tour

Gratuit avec le The Burgundy-Franche-Comté Pass

In the 15th century, Dijon was at its zenith under the reign of the Valois Dukes of Burgundy. Under their patronage, the town flourished as a major artistic centre of international repute. The visit is an opportunity to trace the origins and history of the dukes and to discover their finest works.Visit in french only. An English or german paper may be given at the start of the visit. Booking compulsory at the Dijon Tourist Office.


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Site Nordique de Bellefontaine

Bellefontaine is a small Jura village in the heart of the Haut-Jura Regional Nature Park. With its unspoilt countryside, renowned lakes and forests, Bellefontaine is an essential stop-off point during your stay in the Jura Mountains.

Situated at an altitude of between 960 and 1270 metres, the village offers a wide range of activities: cross-country ski trails for all levels (from the green trail for absolute beginners to the black trail for regular skiers), numerous snowshoe trails, and a not-to-be-missed link through the Risoux forest to the village of Bois d'Amont.

Bellefontaine is a real village where you can enjoy all the services you'd expect during your skiing holiday: ski school, equipment hire, play areas, downhill ski slopes, etc.

If you're afraid of getting bored during your stay, Bellefontaine offers a wide range of activities!

3 pistes start at Bellefontaine:
- Bellefontaine village: pistes starting at the beginning of the village, ideal for a fun start. Numerous snowshoe trails depart from the village. Links possible with the second departure point: Bellefontaine les lacs.
Services on offer: ski pass sales, ski school, equipment hire, play areas, first-aid post, restaurant, salle hors sac, ski lift, tourist information point, floodlit piste (every Thursday, 6-9pm), public transport, toboggan run.

- Bellefontaine les Lacs: most of the cross-country ski trails start from here, and good skiers can ski around the lakes.
Please note: there are very few services on offer, so it is advisable to collect your ski pass in the village.

- Bellefontaine Risoux: starts from the legendary Risoux forest, which then leads to the village of Bois d'Amont, following in the footsteps of the famous Transjurassienne race.
Please note: there are very few services on offer, so it is advisable to collect your fees in the village.

Downhill skiing: 1 red, 1 green, 3 blue.
4 ski lifts and 1 snow wire.

- GTJ cross-country skiing: Chapelle des Bois - Bellefontaine: 11.5 km then Bellefontaine - Bois d'Amont: 8 km
- GTJ snowshoeing: Chapelle des Bois - Bois d'Amont: 10.9 km