A few hundred metres from the banks of the lake is a resurgence known as the Source Bleue (blue spring). Legend has it that the springwater's blue tinge comes from tears that fell from the blue eyes of Berthe de Joux when she mourned the loss of her lover killed by Amaury III de Joux.
In the heart of Doubs, Saint-Point Lake (also known as Malbuisson Lake) promises a worthy welcome.This is a real inland sea (but without the waves) that promises activities galore for both children and adults. Hiking or sunbathing? Sailing, swimming or a spot of meditation? You'll be spoilt for choice!
A little inland sea
As one of the biggest natural lakes in France, Saint-Point has nothing to envy of the seaside when it comes to sports activities and having fun... or simply relaxing at the lakeside. Here you'll find everything you need to spend a day beyond time, away from the summer crowds!
Myth and Legend
Port-Titi, the lakeside cabin village
On the edge of Saint-Point Lake there's a very picturesque little port (initially a fishing port) that could almost be one of those Canadian lake fishing ports that you see in the films... If you're in the vicinity, be sure to stop at this ideal picnic spot.
Even if the purpose of your trip to Saint-Point Lake is to relax, why not take this opportunity to try something a little more energetic? For example, you could go canoeing, kayaking, sailing or even try a stand-up paddleboard.
Or for something quieter, early birds can spend the morning fishing before the swimmers arrive.
Saint-Point Lake in autumn
Make the most of the pleasant Indian summer on the banks of Saint-Point Lake. In autumn, a gentle breeze plays with the rustling leaves and the landscape is adorned with shimmering colours.
Découvrir le lac à l'automne
Sightseeing and exploring around the lake
We highly recommend a visit to this extraordinary factory, the Charles Obertino bell foundry. You'll be amazed by this truly unusual profession and can even join a free workshop to learn how the metal is cast and the bells removed from the moulds. You'll be awe-struck by the molten metal, the extreme heat, the furnace and the incredible craftsmanship!