Saint-Point Lake, the Third Largest Natural Lake in France
The lakes are an essential part of the landscape in the Jura Mountains. North of the mountains, in Doubs, it is easy to lose yourself in the beauty of the landscape surrounding Saint-Point Lake. The third largest natural lake in France, this authentic, well-preserved area will please both nature lovers and visitors who like to be active.
An Ideal Setting for Water Activities
Saint-Point Lake, located just a few steps from the Métabief Mont d’Or resort, is the ideal setting for many summer and winter activities.
Here, you can just as easily indulge in bathing in the clear water and walking the footpaths to discover the lake from different viewpoints, or enjoy the water on a catamaran, sailboat, small boat or pedalo.
Port Titi, a fishing village that has become an emblem for the lake, will be the starting point for fishing enthusiasts wanting a good catch of pike or whitefish, the stars from the depths of the lake.
A Preserved Area
In addition to the many activities enjoyed here, numerous measures exist to preserve the area. Saint-Point Lake is closely linked to the neighbouring Remoray Lake by a protected wetland area.