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Ile de la Reunion, cote sud, Saint-Pierre, maison creole
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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.

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  • Covered Market Interesting

    F - 97410 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.

  • Terre-Sainte

    F - 97410 St-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..

  • Narasinga Péroumal Tamil Temple

    F - 97410 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.

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