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Chemin du Jura bernois
Chemin du Jura bernois
Stage 3, Tramelan–St-Imier
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Trans Swiss Trail
Trans Swiss Trail
Stage 5, St-Imier–Chézard-St-Martin
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Trans Swiss Trail
Trans Swiss Trail
Stage 4, Saignelégier–St-Imier
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Chemin du Jura bernois
Chemin du Jura bernois
Stage 4, St-Imier–La Chaux-de-Fonds
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Chemin de la Combe Grède
Chemin de la Combe Grède
Route 412, Saint-Imier–Nods
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Cycling in the surroundings

Arc jurassien
Arc jurassien
Stage 2, Le Locle–Tramelan
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Jura Route
Jura Route
Stage 3, Saignelégier–La Chaux-de-Fonds
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Biking in the surroundings

Jura Bike
Erguël Bike
Franches-Montagnes Tour
Saint-Imier
Fromagerie Tête de Moine

Fromagerie Tête de Moine

Delve into the fascinating 800 year old history of this famous cheese. You can visit the dairies at Bellelay, St-Imier, Saignelégier and Noirmont.
Tête de Moine AOC cheese is older than the Swiss Confederation (1291). The cheese of the monks of Bellelay is first mentioned a century before the birth of our country. Tête de Moine cheese is not cut, but pared into the shape of delicate rosettes, either with a blade held at right angles to the surface, using the same method as that employed by the monks of the Bellelay abbey, or using a «Girolle», an ingenious device invented by Metafil SA in Lajoux and launched in 1982.

In the Formagerie in Saint-Imier you will be able to take a look behind the scenes and see for yourself how the cheese is produced and ripened. The family-run company Spielhofer SA offers you the opportunity to experience the production processes of the Tête de Moine AOP in a friendly and welcoming atmosphere.
Delve into the fascinating 800 year old history of this famous cheese. You can visit the dairies at Bellelay, St-Imier, Saignelégier and Noirmont.
Tête de Moine AOC cheese is older than the Swiss Confederation (1291). The cheese of the monks of Bellelay is first mentioned a century before the birth of our country. Tête de Moine cheese is not cut, but pared into the shape of delicate rosettes, either with a blade held at right angles to the surface, using the same method as that employed by the monks of the Bellelay abbey, or using a «Girolle», an ingenious device invented by Metafil SA in Lajoux and launched in 1982.

In the Formagerie in Saint-Imier you will be able to take a look behind the scenes and see for yourself how the cheese is produced and ripened. The family-run company Spielhofer SA offers you the opportunity to experience the production processes of the Tête de Moine AOP in a friendly and welcoming atmosphere.

Fromagerie Tête de Moine

Adresse

Jura Tourisme
Rue de la Gruère 6
2350 Saignelégier
Tel. +41 (0)32 432 41 60
info@juratourisme.ch
www.juratourisme.ch

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Saint-Imier
Saint-Imier
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Amis de la Nature, Chalet de Mont-Soleil
Amis de la Nature, Chalet de Mont-Soleil
Mont-Soleil
Sous le Tilleul
Sous le Tilleul
St-Imier
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Hiking in the surroundings

Chemin du Jura bernois
Chemin du Jura bernois
Stage 3, Tramelan–St-Imier
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Trans Swiss Trail
Trans Swiss Trail
Stage 5, St-Imier–Chézard-St-Martin
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Trans Swiss Trail
Trans Swiss Trail
Stage 4, Saignelégier–St-Imier
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Chemin du Jura bernois
Chemin du Jura bernois
Stage 4, St-Imier–La Chaux-de-Fonds
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Chemin de la Combe Grède
Chemin de la Combe Grède
Route 412, Saint-Imier–Nods
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Cycling in the surroundings

Arc jurassien
Arc jurassien
Stage 2, Le Locle–Tramelan
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Jura Route
Jura Route
Stage 3, Saignelégier–La Chaux-de-Fonds
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Biking in the surroundings

Jura Bike
Erguël Bike
Franches-Montagnes Tour