This is the first town of notable size going South from Gray, lying about three hours downriver. An attractive little community, with shops & restaurants and an unusual church
Best not to venture up the "old Saône" into the centre of the village, the entrance is very narrow and silted up.
Yes, next to the quay.
Cafe du Centre, Rue 8 Mai. Open every day. Sandwiches on request.
Pizzeria"La Taverne". . Tel: 03 80 47 49 87.Two minutes' walk from the quay.
Address: Rue du 8 Mai 1945.
Cuisine: Italian specialities. Pizzas to take away.
Opening Hours: Closed all day Mondays.
Contact Details: Tel: 03 80 47 49 87
Restaurant"Le Lion D'Or"
Address: 40 Rue St. Jean, five minutes walk from the quay, at the far end of the main street.
Opening Hours: Open every day
Contact Details: Tel: 03 80 36 13 07
Hostellerie des Marronniers, next to the port, one minute from the quay.
Address: 3 Rue St. Eloi
Cuisine: Traditional, regional.Menus from 15 euros upwards
Speciality: Fresh fish (often fried) from the River Saône
Opening Hours: Open every day from the 1st. May; otherwise closed on Tuesday evening & all day Wednesday.
Contact Details: Tel: 03 80 36 12 76
Rue St. Jean, 1 Km from the moorings.Fifteen minutes on foot.
Small grocery, bakery, chemist, Post Office.
You have a choice; either the public quayside (free) which is long enough for about eight boats, or the small marina of"Les Canalous" which has visitors' pontoons and all the usual services(for a small fee).
Yes, in the marina.