Things to see and do - Saint-Louis
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Saint-Louis Travel guide
Saint-Louis : Michelin's recommendations
Bathed by the Atlantic Ocean and the Senegal River in the west, Saint-Louis boasts a historic centre on the UNESCO World Heritage List with elegant and colourful façades attesting to it rich colonial past. Les Fanals Carnival in late December has kept tradition alive.
Tourist attractions Saint-Louis : Things to see and do
Guet N'Dar is a neighbourhood south of Saint-Louis totally turned towards the sea. Watch the scores of boats floating down the river or heading out to the ocean, the fishermen returning with their catch and the women preparing the fish, and enjoy the..
The city's historic centre is on Saint-Louis Island, a long strip of land accessible via the Eiffel-styleFaidherbe Bridge. Note the Great Mosque to the north, as well as the cathedral evoking colonial days and the buildings lining Faidherbe Square. T..
Langue de Barbarie National Park south of Saint-Louis is named after the strip of sand separating the Senegal River from the ocean. The exceptional avifauna flies around fresh and salt water haven spread over 2,000ha. Sadly the site is threatened by ..
159 Rue Blaise Diagne SN - 46024 Saint-Louis
Offering a restaurant, Hôtel La Résidence is located in Saint-Louis. Free Wi-Fi access is available. Rooms here will provide you with a TV, air conditioning and a patio. Featuring a bath or shower, private bathrooms also come with towels. Extras inc..
Place Faidherbe SN - 99999 Saint-Louis
Rogniat Nord is located on Place Faidherbe, Saint-Louis’ central square. It is a 3-star hotel offering a restaurant and a terrace overlooking the plaza. A view of Faidherbe Place or the courtyard features in all of the rooms at Rogniat. They are fur..