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  • 1 Bois-Court Belvedere Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    F - 97430 Bois Court

    The D 70 ends at Bois-Court Belvedere overlooking the valley and hamlet of Grand-Bassin. You can see its tin roofs shimmering in the sunlight 700m below. Their only link to the outside is a winch, used to bring in basic daily necessities, and a steep..

  • 2 Volcano Museum Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    RN3 F - 97418 Plaine-des-Cafres

    The museum, whose architecture was designed to evoke the silhouette of a volcano, takes a playful yet scientific approach to volcanism and the earth's origins. The Piton de la Fournaise, honoured here, reveals all its secrets. Plunged into the focus-..

  • 3 Bébour-Bélouve Forest Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    F - Les Remparts

    Numerous marked trails run through Bébour-Bélouve Forest, and are highly recommended for exploring the vegetation in Les Hauts. The Petite-Plaine botanical trail leads past Japanese cedars, then several paths crisscross the primary forest, great for ..

  • 4 Biberon Falls Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    F - 97431 Plaine des Palmistes

    A trail leads to the foot of Cascade Biberon and its magnificent untamed setting. You can have a picnic and a swim while admiring the falls, over 200m high. In winter, enjoy the guava trees lining the trail.

  • 5 Commerson Crater Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    F - 97418 La Grande Ferme

    Coming from Bourg-Murat, 8km after the Nez de Boeuf on the right side of the road, there is a viewpoint where you can stare down into the gaping maw of Commerson's Crater. This 200m in diameter by 120m deep explosion crater, one of the island's most ..

  • 6 Cirque de Salazie Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    F - 97433 Salazie

    The Cirque de Salazie, accessible via Saint-André, is sure to enchant you. Its great hilly spaces are covered in luxuriant vegetation and streaked with multiple waterfalls. The reason? An exceptional amount of precipitation combined with sunlight, al..

  • 7 Maison Folio Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    20 r. Am.-Lacaze F - 97433 Hell-Bourg

    The Maison Folio, or Villa des Châtaigniers, stands in a luxuriant and chaotic garden. Built in the 19C, it is a fine example of the charming houses erected in the colonial era by the great Creole families who came here on holiday. The owner takes yo..

  • 8 Route du Bélier Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    F - 97433 Grand-Îlet

    Drive through the villages of Casabois and Le Bélier, then along the ramparts at Bord Martinto to get to Piton Marmite, the summit of the ridge separating Salazie and Mafate. The road has some extraordinary panoramas - often simultaneously - of the t..

  • 9 Cirque de Cilaos Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    F - 97413 Cilaos

    With its sharp relief, vertiginous ramparts and subtle light, Cilaos was made to inspire painters and poets. Its courteous and hospitable inhabitants, ancestral specialities - lentils, wine and embroidery - and salutary hot springs contribute to the ..

  • 10 Excursion to Maïdo Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    F - 97460 St-Paul

    Piton Maïdo - Malagasy for "scorched earth" - rises to 2,203m in a desolate moor-like landscape. Standing before you is the untamed Mafate Cirque, dominated by Piton des Neiges and Le Gros Morne - a breathtaking sight in the early hours of ..

  • 11 Bras Rouge Waterfall Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    F - 97413 Cilaos

    A pleasant flower-lined track once used by porters leads to the former spa baths, where you can still relax in the hot, iron-rich waters. The track then continues to the scenic Bras Rouge waterfall (swimming is dangerous here). Follow the GR 42 from ..

  • 12 Art Library Interesting

    Museums and art

    26 r. de Paris F - 97400 Saint-Denis

    The Artothèque is housed in a lovely 19C Creole home made of wood. Its contemporary art exhibitions highlight the work of well-known artists and young talents from all over the Indian Ocean. One of its distinctive features: for a modest sum it will l..

  • 13 Léon Dierx Museum Interesting

    Museums and art

    28 r. de Paris F - 97400 Saint-Denis

    Since 1912 this lovely white neo-classical residence, a former bishopric's seat, has housed the Léon Dierx Museum, with a bust of its namesake at the entrance. The endowment's main treasures came from the gift of art dealer Amboise Vollard's collecti..

  • 14 Natural History Museum Interesting

    Museums and art

    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..

  • 15 Rue du Maréchal Leclerc Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    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..

  • 16 Saint-Paul Market Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    F - 97460 Saint-Paul

    Every Friday and Saturday morning the island's most pleasant market is held on the seafront lined with coconut palms and filao trees. Hawkers sell the fruits and vegetables from their land, mysterious herbs and spices presented at their stalls and Ma..

  • 17 Maritime Cemetery Interesting

    Religious buildings

    F - 97460 Saint-Paul

    This cemetery takes you on a poetic tour of the island's past. The sea, scent of frangipani trees and pirate stories conspire to make it even more romantic. The names of the island's oldest inhabitants can be read on its tombstones, including founder..

  • 18 Hermitage-les-Bains and La Saline-les-Bains Beaches Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    F - 97434 L'Hermitage-les-Bains

    The long white sand beaches shaded by filao trees at L'Hermitage and La Salin attract many families, especially on weekends when the atmosphere is at its peak. The barrier reef here protects the shore, forming a peaceful, shallow lagoon. Bring plasti..

  • 19 Notre-Dame-de-la-Salette Interesting

    Religious buildings

    F - 97436 Saint-Leu

    Turn left onto Rue Haute at the roundabout in Saint-Leu. A few metres beyond that stands the church of Notre-Dame-de-la-Salette, built in haste on the cliffside in 1859 when a cholera epidemic was spreading over the island. The disease is said to hav..

  • 20 Pointe au Sel Interesting

    Museums and art

    F - 97436 La Pointe au Sel

    Designated a "protected natural site", Pointe au Sel is worth a visit for the austere landscape of its black coast battered by the waves (swimming prohibited). Created in 1942 and since restored, the salt works are composed of drainage and ..

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