The Serre-Ponçon Lake
One of the greatest artificial lakes in Europe
An emblematic symbol of the Hautes-Alpes, the Serre-Ponçon Lake is considered as one of the greatest artificial lake in Europe, with an area of 3 000 hectares.
Dive into a postcard-like majestic setting, between lake and moutain. There is so much to do and so many places to explore on the Serre-Ponçon Lake...
A large panel of nautical activities is available to you, only 2 minutes away from the Sunêlia La Presqu'île Campsite, at the nautical base of the Saint Michel Bay or along the shores. Many merchants offer a wide array of activies to do along with friends and family.
Boat or pedalo rental, sailing, towed buoy, paddle boat, canoe, wakeboard, sailboat, water skiing, wake boarding, or boat strolling... To each their own!
Idleness and bathing are also part of the fun when going to the creeks and serviced beaches of this wonderful artificial lake, most of which have the environemental "Blue Flag Beach" label.
Sail on its turquoise waters and discover the history of the lake aboard the Carline, as well the visible remains of its past life before the waters, such as the Chanteloube Viaduct or the Saint-Michel Chapel, which you can admire from your camping pitch.
For the fishing lovers, bring along your fishing rod, your fishing permit, and explore the waters lush with fish where you will find pikes, trouts, perches, common bleaks, and the famous coregonus of the Alpines lakes.