Les communes du sud



Saint-Pierre, is a privileged starting point, which allows to discover many cities of the south, while passing by a landscape as wild as seaside or volcanic.




The coastline of Etang-Salé draws a magnificent volcanic sand beach. It extends for 1.5 km and lined with filao trees. Going towards Saint-Pierre, the coast becomes more wild. Ancient lava flows and pebble beaches follow one another and decorate the landscape.


Les Avirons


A real balcony on the Indian Ocean. This municipality establishes the geographical link between the West and the South.

Astronomical Makes




Cirque de Cilaos is located in the heart of the Reunion Island, on the southern part of the Piton des Neiges massif, a former extinct volcano. Its peaks and ramparts are listed as UNESCO World Heritage




The door of the South Savage, it is bordered to the North-West by Saint-Pierre, to the South-East by Saint-Joseph and to the North by the massif of Piton de la Fournaise. Natural Area of Ecological, Faunistic and Floristic Interest. “It is a sanctuary for seabirds, especially for” straws-in-tails “, emblematic birds of Reunion Island.


Le Tampon


Le Tampon, the gateway to one of the most active volcanoes in the world, La Fournaise. The volcano is accessible by the forest road of La Plaine des Cafres.




A “Green Station” is a nationally recognized leisure and holiday destination offering the services and pleasures expected in the natural world.




Thanks to the numerous sites and paths of ballades and excursions, the whole area offers an incredible diversity of landscapes.




At the heart of the Great Wild South, the stopover for lovers of tropical nature, preserved and lush. The change of scenery is guaranteed! The town extends the lava flows of Piton de la Fournaise.