Places To Go In Reunion

Reunion Island Beaches
For a relaxing beach holiday, choose the west coast of Reunion with its sandy beaches, coral reefs, cafés, clubs and restaurants. Surfing at St Leu is popular and there are some excellent diving spots on this coast. St Gilles-les-Bains is the island’s chief resort, with several good...
The Cirques & Surrounds
The centre of Reunion Island is dominated by three cirques, or natural amphitheatres, which were previously the craters of volcanoes, long since dormant. Cirque de CilaosThe Cirque de Cilaos is the largest of the three, with a beauty akin to the Alps in summer. The village of Cilaos, inside...
The Wild South
Reunion’s Wild South is full of lush vegetation, dark green forests contrasting with the azure blue of the ocean.  Walking into one of the villages is like walking back in time – they have retained their charm and heritage, with rows of traditional creole houses. There are plenty...
Volcano & Plaine des Cafres
The Piton de la Fournaise volcano (Furnace Peak) is still active and erupts more or less annually. The whole area around the central crater is a lunar landscape of cinder and ash, devoid of vegetation, in deep shades of reddy-brown and black. The 13 km hike to the volcano rim is a relatively easy...
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