In the heart of the Jura, far away from the major tourist hotspots, the peace of the mountains can be experienced at its best. Sliding down the undulating slopes, whizzing through the frosty valleys, slaloming between the pine trees... it's quite simply a skiers' paradise here.
Several cross-country and downhill skiing resorts are located right next to the village.
Evasion Tonique enjoys a wonderful location at an altitude of 1,000m, just a few kilometres from the family resort of Meix Musy, perfect if you are looking for somewhere that caters for all levels of skiing expertise where you can enjoy an extraordinary, invigorating holiday. Evasion Tonique is also on the edge of the forestsn close to some of the best known tourist attractions in the region, and surrounded by leisure activities.
Near evasion Tonique, you can also find a cinema, horse-drawn sled rides, a sauna (6km away) and plenty of attractions, such as the Watch Museum, the Clockmaking Museum, the bell foundry, the chocolate factory, the Grand’Combe-Châteleu farm, the Tuyé du Papy Gaby smokehouse, a cheesemaker's, a woodworker's, the saut du Doubs waterfall and much more. Plus, when the weather is very cold, the lake turns into the largest natural skating rink in Europe.
Evasion Tonique is only a few kilometres from the Swiss border, the UNESCO World Heritage sites of La Chaux de Fonds and Le Locle, and Neuchâtel (the swiss Côte d’Azur with its old town, port, Parliament and château and is lakeEvasion Tonique enjoys a wonderful location on the edge of the forests, close to some of the best-known tourist attractions in the region, and surrounded by leisure activities.
You can explore 130 km of footpaths in the gently rolling landscape of the Val de Morteau, where green is ever-present, from the soft green of the pastures to the dark green of the vast forests.
Near Villers-le-Lac you can visit : the Courbet museum in Ornans, Besançon and its Citadel, Pontarlier and the Château de Joux, the Loue valley...
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Other activities can be enjoyed: horse riding, horse-drawn carriage rides, treetop trails, canoeing-kayaking, summer sledging, tenpin bowling, tennis, mini-golf, fishing, steam room, cinema, skating rink, swimming in Neuchâtel or Malbuisson lakes.
Families - Individuals - Groups of children - Groups of seniors - Seminars - Athletes - Works Councils - Hiking groups - Cycling groups - Mountain biking groups