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The Lac de Serre-Poncon

The Lac de Serre-Ponconis one of Europe’s largest man-made lakes and sits in a lovely location surrounded hills and mountains from where you can obtain some stunning views overlooking the lake. The lake itself is fed by two rivers, the Durance and the Ubaye and if you like water sports, then you should definitely pay a visit to one of the many lake-side village which can serve as excellent bases to participate in these activities.


Lavish Lacoste

Lacoste is a small but pretty Provencal village that is best know for serving as home to the castle of the Marquis de Sade that overlooks the village. If you are driving to Lacoste, then there are plenty of parking options. The best place to keep your car is in the free car park that is near the village tourist office. When you visit the tourist office you will see that nearby is the Church of Saint-Trophine which has retained some of its original Roman style.


Guide To Lac de Sainte-Croix

The Lac de Sainte-Croix is in the Regional Natural Park of Verdon. It is a leisure lake and reservoir that was established in the seventies and if you visit, there are a number of places worth checking out on the lake shore as well as in the region itself.The Lac de Sainte-Croix is surrounded by roads but many of them sit quite far away so you will not always get to see the water, nevertheless the countryside itself is extremely beautiful as well.


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