With almost half of its 2500km2 territory classified as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, Reunion Island offers an amazing mix of authentic cultures and wild nature.
In no time at all, you can travel from a volcanic desert to a dreamlike lagoon at l’Ermitage, and then move on to the most incredible green tropical forest in the cirques located at the heart of the island.
Reunion brings together the best the world has to offer - from Asian cuisine to creole markets, from Buddhist traditions to Tamil, Islamic or Christian rituals. Surrounded by warm sparkling sapphire waters, this Indian Ocean island offers all the serenity of an idyllic island holiday, and so much more.
The island is famous for its multitude of hiking trails, but it also offers many other attractive activities that make this a very special destination. On land, in the rivers, in the ocean, or up in the air . . . there are all kinds of exciting adventures that await!
Discover the bottom of the ocean on a dive and admire the exceptional undersea world. Fly over the island on board a helicopter or light aircraft or get tempted by a paragliding flight that will leave you speechless. There are so many ways to experience and enjoy the beauty of the island.
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5* HOTEL BLESSED WITH A FLAWLESS BEACH -
Located on the western coast of this lush volcanic island, LUX* Saint Gilles faces a shimmering expanse of aqua-blue waters, fringed by a stretch of immaculate sands. Tucked away in acres of beautiful tropical gardens, Creole villas sit in the shade of coconut palms and Filao trees, just steps from the coral-sheltered lagoon at L’Hermitage.
The white-sand beach may call for idle lounging by the emerald-blue pool – it’s the largest one in Reunion Island – but there’s plenty here for thrill-seekers, too. Try a spot of tennis or volleyball in the grounds, or venture further afield to experience the rugged, dramatic beauty of the island’s volcanic peaks and tumbling waterfalls at this World Heritage Site.