Along the Seine, a grand promenade almost 2 km in length leads from the bridge of William the Conqueror to the point of the Rollet Peninsula. Behind sheds 106, 107 and 108 lies the railway park, a play area for children aged between 3 and 10, with two wooden structures for over-10s, and a petanque court and flower meadow for relaxation and leisure.
The island that previously served as a coal storage yard has become a natural island once
more, with its forested mound, meadows, and walkway, from which new and unique views of
the city and port can be discovered.