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LAKE OF ILAY

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    [TYPE_DE_PRODUIT] => 2000017
    [ADRPROD_LIBELLE_COMMUNE] => LE FRASNOIS
    [ADRPROD_CP] => 39130
    [NOM] => LAKE OF ILAY
    [PRODUIT] => 332003542
    [LATITUDE] => 46,6249201541477
    [LONGITUDE] => 5,89828491210938
    [COMMENTAIRE] => In 1820, the author Charles Nodier called this site Little Scotland because these still wild lakes look like region of Loch Mare. Surrounded by limestone cliffs, meadows or forests, each lake has its own colour, light and character.
At Panoramic viewpoint of 4 lakes (in La Chaux du Dombief "Pic de L'Aigle" and "Belvédère des 4 Lacs"), you can look at 4 lakes with a single glance: Ilay, Narlay, Grand and Petit Maclu.


    [DATMAJ] => 2020-04-08T16:51:43+00:00
    [DATECREATION] => 2019-11-25T15:39:18+00:00
    [ALIAS] => lake-of-ilay-332003542
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                    [NOM] => Lacs  aménagés
                    [MODALITES] => Array
                        (
                            [319000031] => stdClass Object
                                (
                                    [NOM] => Lacs naturels
                                    [VALEUR] => 
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                        )

                )

        )

    [HORAIRES] => Array
        (
        )

    [DISPONIBILITES] => Array
        (
        )

    [RELATIONS] => Array
        (
            [0] => stdClass Object
                (
                    [PRODUIT] => 
                    [NOM] => 
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        )

)
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39130 LE FRASNOIS

In 1820, the author Charles Nodier called this site Little Scotland because these still wild lakes look like region of Loch Mare. Surrounded by limestone cliffs, meadows or forests, each lake has its own colour, light and character.
At Panoramic viewpoint of 4 lakes (in La Chaux du Dombief "Pic de L'Aigle" and "Belvédère des 4 Lacs"), you can look at 4 lakes with a single glance: Ilay, Narlay, Grand and Petit Maclu.