Ile de la cohue+passerelle

The Oise, famous Valley of the Impressionists


His landscapes inspired the painters of the School of the edges of the Oise, and his leader Jules Dupré (1811-1889), installed in L’Isle-Adam.
The river reveals its riches to walkers, boaters, water heritage enthusiasts and art lovers!
Enjoy our cruises to discover the river otherwise.

For boaters, a jetty equipped with a terminal distributing water and electricity is available.


Ponds, nice nature reserve


The banks designed for the promenade offer a relaxing environment and a complete change of scenery. The ponds are home to 140 species of birds, there is the only protected ducks passage in France. It is also a paradise for fishermen.


The Chinese Pavilion, “a revolutionary dam”


In addition to its decorative aspect, the Chinese Pavilion also serves as a dam, regulating the waters of the pond just behind him. This pond itself is fed by three sources and two rus hijacked by Bergeret, which was controversial at the time …
The Chinese Pavilion is open from April to October on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of each month (guided tour) and all year round on request for groups and wedding photos.


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