Things to see and do - Le Moule
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Le Moule Travel guide
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Having basked in the golden age of the sugar industry and survived two big hurricanes, Le Moule is today a pleasant town with a picturesque centre, where creole architecture contrasts with the pale façade of the church of St John the Baptist. Less tranquil is the sea, its powerful waves making Le Moule popular with surfers. Rich in archaeological finds, the maison Zévallos is virtually identical to the Saint-John Perse museum in Pointe-à-Pitre. To the north lie the sugar-cane fields and coastal cliffs of Grande-Terre.
Tourist attractions Le Moule : Things to see and do
Arriving from St-François, visitors reach a residential district of Le Moule where a small road to the right leads to this beach, one of the area's most agreeable with plenty of shade, picnic tables and huts, not to mention w/cs and showers.
A last survivor from Grande-Terre's golden age of sugar production from the late 19C to the 1950s, the refinery allows visitors to better understand the sugar manufacturing process, from its raw cane state to the finished product ready for export. A ..