Unmissable tourist sites
Saint-Pierre Travel guide
Saint-Pierre : Michelin's recommendations
Saint-Pierre has experienced alternating periods of prosperity, when coffee and sugarcane ensured a large income, and harder times when the commercial harbour project ended up a bitter financial failure. These days, this island sub-prefecture and capital of the South is a nice place to live. Stroll along the well-designed waterfront fringed with a fine sandy beach, in the old town and its colonial buildings and Saturday morning market. And don’t forget the charming fishing village of Terre-Sainte.
Tourist attractions Saint-Pierre : Things to see and do
Rue Victor Le Vigoureux F - Saint-Pierre
Rue Victor Le Vigoureux takes you to this covered market with its spices exuding their intoxicating scents and various kinds of Malagasy handicrafts at very good prices.
Rue de l'Amiral-Lacaze F - Saint-Pierre
This neighbourhood is located east of the centre of Saint-Pierre, on the other side of the Abord River. Try to get to this delightful village in the morning, when the fishermen return. It’s also a nice place for strolling around during the day, havin..
F - Saint-Pierre
This colourful Hindu temple is busy all week long, but it takes on another dimension altogether when ceremonies are being held. With a bit of luck you’ll be there for one of the great annual Tamil festivals which are always spectacular.
334, rue Amiral Lacaze F - 97410 Saint-Pierre
Located a 4-minute drive from the harbour and a 7-minute drive from the beach, Hôtel Villa Morgane features traditional architecture and design. Guests are invited to the outdoor swimming pool, the lounges and the furnished terrace. The elegant room..