Also known as Lake Neuvic due to being located one kilometre to the east of this welcoming, green holiday resort, the Triouzoune reservoir covers 410 hectares and is 7 kilometres long, welcoming visitors in a verdant and unspoilt environment. Created along the Triouzoune river, following the construction of the Neuvic hydroelectric dam that was commissioned in 1945, the lake is now a popular site with lovers of relaxation, fishing and other sporty hobbies. A European Blue Flag and Handiplage certified beach, it not only has beaches with children's games and supervised bathing in July-August, but also a great range of water sports activities like sailing, canoe-kayaking, windsurfing, pedalo, jet skiing or water skiing
In the vicinity of the lake, lovers of the great outdoors will be delighted by the hiking, mountain biking and climbing opportunities, and the orienteering trails. Golfers have not been forgotten, and can play to their hearts' content at Neuvic golf course, a lovely space that blends in with the landscape particularly well.
Good to know for fishing fans: there are night-time carp fishing trails at Lake Triouzoune.