Things to see and do - Saint-Denis
Unmissable tourist sites
Saint-Denis Travel guide
Saint-Denis : Michelin's recommendations
This town on the northern tip of Réunion has been the prefecture since 1946. Here you can see the island in all its ethnic, cultural and religious diversity. This is where you get a real feeling for life on Réunion, while walking down its straight streets, a legacy of colonial times, and along the seaside at Le Barachois… before heading up to the pleasant area in the upper town.
Tourist attractions Saint-Denis : Things to see and do
F - 97400 Saint-Denis
Rue de Paris begins at the war memorial and ends at the Jardin de l'État, extending from Avenue de la Victoire and crossing Saint-Denis in a north-south line. It is one of the main arteries of the town's checkerboard plan, a legacy of the French pres..
F - 97400 St-Denis
A patchwork of Reunion Island's people and religions is concentrated along the long and very lively shopping street Rue du Maréchal Leclerc, which cuts through the middle ofRue de Paris. There is the grand mosque, the Tamil temple Shri Kali Kampal Kô..
1 r. Poivre F - 97400 Saint-Denis
The Natural History Museum is housed in the former colonial palace located in the Jardin de l'État. Take time to peruse the museum's permanent collection presenting the island's land and sea animals in a charmingly old-fashioned way. Find out everyth..
2 Rue Doret, Le Barachois F - 97461 Saint-Denis
Situated a 15-minute drive from Roland Garros International Airport, this seafront hotel along the Le Barachois promenade features a large palm terrace with an outdoor swimming pool. With views of the sea or the city, all rooms at Best Western Le Sa..
272 Rue du Maréchal Leclerc F - 97400 Saint-Denis
39 rue de Paris F - 97474 Saint-Denis
Hotel and restaurant : The chic, charming Villa Angélique is situated in the historic centre of Saint-Denis. Classically Creole in style, the hotel is included on La Réunion’s list of historic monuments. The traditional decor features authentic furni..