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  • 1 Road from Union Estate to Anse Cocos Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    SYC - La Réunion

    This road runs east to west through La Digue (4 km). After leaving the old Union Estate plantation, it plunges through flourishing landscapes, climbing over a granite massif before heading down to the gentle coastline near Grand'Anse. You'll enjoy ba..

  • 2 Anse Source d'Argent Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    SYC - La Réunion

    This is "the" beach in the Seychelles, and a pearl among pearls by any standards! Its smoothly shaped granite boulders are washed by warm transparent waters in which coconut palms and takamakas are reflected, and the sand is soft and incred..

  • 3 Petite Anse Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    SYC - La Réunion

    Petite Anse, a 5-minute walk from Grand'Anse, has no cause to be jealous of its "big sister", especially since you can often enjoy it without anyone disturbing you. Swimming can be dangerous here too.

  • 4 La Digue Island Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    SYC - La Réunion

    Boats dock on the West coast of the island of La Digue, in the village of La Passe which, along with Anse la Réunion, accounts for the 2,000 or so inhabitants on this 10 km2 island. Most of the land is occupied by the granite massif of Piton de la Di..

  • 5 Grand'Anse Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    SYC - La Réunion

    Grand'Anse, on the southern coast of La Digue at the end of the cross-country road from Union Estate, is the largest and not the least magnificent of the island's beaches. There's no coral reef to provide shelter here, so caution should be exercised ..

  • 6 Anse Cocos Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    SYC - La Réunion

    Head northeast on the easygoing path from Petite Anse. After Turcy Point, Anse Cocos stretches out like a string of little granite islands where natural pools form when the sea ebbs. Swimmers should be very careful here! The bravest can push on to Ma..

  • 7 Union Estate Interesting

    Museums and art

    SYC - La Réunion

    The large Union Estate, south of the lively village of Anse Réunion on the West coast, is located on a former plantation. The vast coconut grove is proof of what an important resource coconuts once were, especially for producing copra oil. Also worth..

  • 8 St-Cloud Castle Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    SYC - La Réunion

    Inland and easily accessible from La Passe and Anse Réunion along the La Veuve nature reserve, St Cloud castle was built in around 1820. It stands at the foot of a mountain in the heart of a former vanilla plantation, at its peak in the late 19C befo..

  • 9 Le Piton La Digue Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    SYC - La Réunion

    Don't be fooled by the fact that Piton La Digue, the highest point on the island, is only 333 m above sea level. Its slopes are steep - so steep in fact that you can only hike up, and during the coolest hours of the day to make it easier on yourself...

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