Island of la Jatte

This urban nature park, inaugurated in 1993, covers 15,000 m². The park is criss-crossed by a beautiful avenue of maple trees, and features a collection of trees: black pines, magnificent white poplars, lime trees, birch trees and starry-fruited liquidenbarres, as well as an educational garden of aromatic and medicinal plants.

 You can also visit the Levallois apiary, with its 22 pastel-coloured hives. Panels explain the lives of the beekeepers and how honey is produced. Over 2,000 pots of honey are produced each year.
The Parc de la Jatte is accessible on foot via a staircase over the Pont de Levallois, and a footbridge opposite the rue Ernest Cognacq. Access by metro line 3 “Pont de Levallois” or by car (car park 35 rue Ernest Cognacq, then access via the footbridge).