The marina in Isigny-sur-Mer can be admired by the persevering visitor who explores the banks of the River Vire, at its confluence with the Aure Inférieure, amidst a landscape of high grasses and marshes.
In the depths of the Bay of Veys, this small coastal town, home to around 2,800 inhabitants, offers a welcoming stopping place to passing pleasure boaters. Boasting around forty anchorages, the small harbour town of Isigny-sur-Mer is reserved for a handful of lucky seafarers and locals. However, ten extra berths are available for passing pleasure boaters, and are allocated by the harbour master, based on needs. From Isigny-sur-Mer, you can set off and discover the Cotentin marshes, or head for medieval Bayeux, which is the closest medium-sized town.
Mean(s) of payments : Cash, Debit cards
Equipments & services :
Marinas : Boat ramp, Anchorages
Languages spoken :
Pets allowed : yes