The Marne and its side canal, which flow at the foot of the hillside slopes, offer an opposite view of the landscape
and another approach to the local sights.
The water is omnipresent, under the guise of sources and ponds, lakes and underground rivers, washhouses and fountains, and of course water ways. Between the Marne and its canal there are plenty of things to see and do.
The hillside slopes, the castles, the valley or perched villages, the turning bridge of Bisseuil, the sluice gate of Tours-sur-Marne or the lock master’s house in Dizy, …
To do :
Take a boat trip and picnic at the anchorage of Mareuil-sur-Aÿ, experience the interpretation path along the canal or canoe up the Marne from the beaches in Bisseuil or Aÿ.
Whether on foot, by bike or on rollerblades, the 45 km Véloroute de la Vallée de la Marne between Condé-sur-Marne and Dormans is a pleasant central path to explore. Enjoy this green trail to discover the UNESCO classified Champagne landscapes or to visit a winemaker.
Mareuil-sur-Aÿ’s Nautical stopping place
Docking of 14 boats with harbor master’s office (sanitary facilities, showers…) and 8 places for camper vans. Free Wifi.
Tél. : +33 (0)3 26 56 95 24 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Cruises on the Marne river with Bateau Champagne Vallée
Meander down the Marne river on board a paddlewheel boat with panoramic views of the valley.
Private cruises with Bullet 1927
Let the river carry you while you enjoy local specialties: a dream come true on board the Bullet 27, a comfortable vedette with a captain.