Equipped with a water and electricity terminal, the river stop, on the Rhone-Rhine canal, has been built in an exceptional setting where it welcomes yachtsmen.
Sandwiched between two arms of the river, the village, a listed site, takes its name from the island on which it is built.
Boats of up to 10m in length and a capacity of 10 berths.
Chargeable access to drinking water, electricity and waste water disposal (automatic terminals).
The marina is located very close to the shops in L'Isle-sur-le-Doubs town centre (5 minutes' walk).
L'Isle-sur-le-Doubs TER station 300 metres away, with trains every hour to Montbéliard, Belfort and Besançon.
Tourist Office 100 metres away.