Lac de Saint-Point
Lac de Saint-Point, 25160, France
About Lac de Saint-Point
The Saint-Point lake is the third biggest natural lake in France. A pleasant footpath takes you the whole way round it. Nestling on the lakefront, the summer resort of Malbuisson offers numerous activities for holidaymakers. canoeing, windsurfing and boat trips are available at its water sports base.
Attractions near Lac de Saint-Point
The Chateau de Joux is one of the most impressive and interesting castles to visit in the Franche-Comté region. The chateau is also known as the Fort de Joux. It served as a prison for successive French governments between the 17th and the 19th centuries. In that capacity, the château is best known as the site of imprisonment for so many leaders.
Mont d’Or is a peak of the Jura Massif. Located a few miles from the Franco-Swiss border, Mont d’Or naturally stands out as the perfect location for a beautiful family hike with its panoramic view of the Lake Geneva Basin, the Alps, and the nearby mountains, such as the Suchet and the Dent de Vaulion. A beautiful skii location and Several ski lifts are located on both west and east sides of the mountain.
Vallorbe natural caves are the best-known attractions in the Yverdon-Les-Bains region. The Vallorbe Caves features magnificent rock formations and the largest underground river in Central Europe.
Juraparc is an animal park housing brown bears side by side with wolves, located in the heart of the Jura mountains. It is one of the popular destinations for families and animal lovers.The animal park is also a centre for education and protection of the species.
Dent de Vaulion is less well known than other Jura peaks in the canton of Vaud. During the warmer season, the Dent de Vaulion is a popular destination for numerous hikers with its breath-taking view from the summit.
Where is Lac de Saint-Point
Discover more attractions in Bourgogne-Franche-Comté, where Lac de Saint-Point is located
Bourgogne-Franche-Comté is a region of east-central France, created in 2016 through administrative reorganisation from Burgundy and Franche-Comté.It is well known for its rich history and diverse scenery, the region stretches from the rolling Burgundy wine country in the west, to the Jura mountains and Swiss border in the east.