The Lac d’Aiguebelette is one of the largest natural lakes in France. It is home to one or more prehistoric pule dwelling (or stilt house) settlements that are part of the Prehistoric Pile dwellings around the Alps UNESCO World Heritage Site. In the south of the lake there are two islands, Le Grand Ile and Le Petit Ile. Along with the several beaches and opportunity for outdoor sports (canoeing, sailing, biking, hiking and rowing), the lake and its surroundings also offer a strong heritage. You will be able to discover numerous places such as ruined castles, chapels, caves, sculptures and more.