Southern France Lakes by Region
Southern France Lakes and Reservoirs
Southern France Lakes A-Z
Lakes in Southern France
|Lake Name||Lake Summary|
Also known as: Lac Allos, Allos Lake
Lac d'Allos, also known as Allos Lake, is situated in the middle of the Reserve de Chasse du Mercantour (Mercantour National Park) in the Provence-Alps-Cote ...
|Lac de Laouzas||
Also known as: Lake of Laouzas
Located in the Tarn in Southern France, the 828-acre Lake of Laouzas is surrounded by forests, mountains, and rivers in the heart of the Regional Natural ...
|Lac de Sainte Croix||
Also known as: Lac de Ste Croix, Saint Croix Lake
With its seemingly endless expanse of spectacular turquoise waters and pristine white sand beaches, Lac de Sainte Croix is one of the most beautiful lakes ...
|Lac de Serre-Poncon||Lac de Serre-Poncon in the Provence Region of France proves that mankind can create a treasure of nature while solving a problem. Building a dam across ...|
|Lac de Tignes||Nestled snugly within the Parc National de la Vanoise in France's Rhone Alps tourism region, Lac de Tignes is a small glassy lake known for its surreal ...|
Also known as: Lac d'Aiguebelette
Nestled in the heart of the Rhone-Alps region of France, Lake Aiguebelette has a well-deserved reputation as a natural treasure. The lake is privately-owned ...
Also known as: Lac d'Annecy
Paragliders sail like bright balloons over the clean mountain water of Lake Annecy, while hikers standing on the massive rock of Roc de Che`re look on. ...
Also known as: Lac du Bourget
The jewel of the Rhone-Alps Region, Lake Bourget is France's largest natural lake by volume and spans almost 11,000 acres. The attributes of Lake Bourget ...
Also known as: Lac Leman
Shaped like a crescent moon, Lake Geneva is cradled in the Alps Mountain Range with two-thirds of its 104 shoreline miles in Switzerland and the other ...