Saint-Ursanne is a small village located on the Doubs river in Canton Jura, Switzerland. Saint-Ursanne is noted for the its highly picturesque old town located in a peaceful rural area.
- 1 Tourist office, Place Roger Schaffter, ☏ , firstname.lastname@example.org. Hours vary seasonally, check on the website first.
Saint-Ursanne is serviced by train from Delémont. The station is 10-15 minutes walk from the old town.
Saint-Ursanne is small enough to walk around and see the sights easily.
The most famous feature of Saint-Ursanne is its town centre with many buildings dating back from the middle ages. The town is quite small and there is a walking map available from the tourist office, which will bring you around to see all the sights.
- 1 Collegiate Church. Part of this church and its cloister date back to the 10th century.
- 2 Hermitage of Ursicinus. This is dedicated to the hermit Ursicinus who is said to have lived here in the 6th century. A monastery was built in his name and that is also where the town got its name from.
Hike, or bike along the river or through the hills.
Canoe down the river Doubs.
- [formerly dead link] Les Médiévales. The medieval festival takes place in Saint-Ursanne every other year (odd years) during the second weekend in July. Fr. 18/12 depending on the day.