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10 Best Places to Visit in Réunion


Reunion Island Tourist Attractions: 15 Top Places to Visit

Planning to visit Reunion Island? Check out our Reunion Island Travel Guide video and see top most Tourist Attractions in Reunion Island.

Top Places to visit in Reunion Island:
Piton de Fournaise, Cirque de Mafate, Le Maido, Domaine Du Cafe Grille, Descente VTT, Jardin des Parfums et des Epices, Kelonia, Maison Folio, Anse des Cascades, Road to Cilaos, Pas de Bellecombe, Conservatoire Botanique National de Mascarin, Piton des Neiges, Trou du Souffleur, Aquarium de la Reunion

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At the heart of the Indian Ocean, at 10 000 km of Paris, Reunion Island is an exotic island like no other, where you can enjoy the very best of what the world has to offer, all on one island!
Reunion is an easy destination to get to, the direct flight takes you there in just one night. Just 11 hours from Paris with maximum comfort.

Its incredible diversity of landscapes and cultures makes it the only destination that offers so many unforgettable experiences in just one trip.
Across a surface area of just 2500 sqkm, Reunion boasts a stunning array of unspoilt natural habitats and authentic cultures. With 40% of the island classified as a Unesco world heritage site, an impossible dream suddenly becomes a reality: seeing the best of the world in just a few days.
From the moment you arrive, you'll immediately notice the extraordinary range of different cultures living in perfect harmony on the island: from its Asian cuisine to its Creole marketplaces, along with Buddhist, Tamil and Christian traditions.
In just a few hours, you can be transported from the vast lunar landscapes of the volcanic desert, to the peaceful lagoon in Ermitage. And from the blue of the lagoon to the lush greens of the breath-taking mountain cirques.
In just a few days, you will have the chance to experience a truly exceptional variety of places, sensations and emotions, and all thanks to one unique island: Reunion Island.
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Top 10 Largest Cities or Towns of Réunion

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1. Saint-Denis
2. Saint-Paul
3. Saint-Pierre
4. Le Tampon
5. Saint-andre
6. Saint-Louis
7. Le Port
8. Saint-benoit
9. Saint-Joseph
10. Sainte-Marie

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Réunion is a French island with a population of 840,974 inhabitants (as of January 2013) located in the Indian Ocean, east of Madagascar, about 200 kilometres (120 mi) southwest of Mauritius, the nearest island.

Administratively, Réunion is one of the overseas departments of France. Like the other overseas departments, Réunion is also one of the 27 regions of France (being an overseas region) and an integral part of the Republic with the same status as those situated on the European mainland.

Réunion is an outermost region of the European Union and, as an overseas department of France, is part of the Eurozone.

Before the arrival of the Portuguese in the early sixteenth century, there is little to Réunion's (also known as la réunion) recorded history. Arab traders were familiar with it by the name Dina Morgabin. The island is possibly featured on a map from 1153 AD by Al Sharif el-Edrisi. The island may also have been visited by Swahili or Malay sailors.

The first European discovery of the area was made around 1507 by Portuguese explorers, but the specifics are unclear. The uninhabited island may have been first sighted by the expedition led by Dom Pedro Mascarenhas, who gave his name to the island group around Réunion, the Mascarenes. Réunion itself was dubbed Santa Apolónia after a favorite saint, which suggests that the date of the Portuguese discovery may have been February 9, her saint day. Diogo Lopes de Sequeira is said to have landed on the islands of Reunion and Rodrigues in 1509.

Over a century later, nominal Portuguese rule had left Santa Apolónia virtually untouched. The island was then occupied by France and administered from Port Louis, Mauritius. Although the first French claims date from 1638, when François Cauche and Salomon Goubert visited in June 1638, the island was officially claimed by Jacques Pronis of France in 1642, when he deported a dozen French mutineers to the island from Madagascar. The convicts were returned to France several years later, and in 1649, the island was named Île Bourbon after the House of Bourbon. Colonization started in 1665, when the French East India Company sent the first 20 settlers.

Réunion was the name given to the island in 1793 by a decree of the Convention with the fall of the House of Bourbon in France, and the name commemorates the union of revolutionaries from Marseille with the National Guard in Paris, which took place on 10 August 1792. In 1801, the island was renamed Île Bonaparte, after Napoleon Bonaparte. The island was invaded by a Royal Navy squadron led by Commodore Josias Rowley in 1810, who used the old name of “Bourbon”. When it was restored to France by the Congress of Vienna in 1815, the island retained the name of Bourbon until the fall of the restored Bourbons during the French Revolution of 1848, when the island was once again given the name “Réunion”.

From the 17th to the 19th centuries, French immigration supplemented by influxes of Africans, Chinese, and Indians gave the island its ethnic mix. Starting from 1690, most of the immigrants from outside Europe were enslaved until 20 December 1848 when slavery was abolished. Afterwards, many of them were indentured workers. The opening of the Suez Canal in 1869 reduced the importance of the island as a stopover on the East Indies trade route.

During the Second World War, Réunion was under the authority of the Vichy Regime until 30 November 1942, when Free French forces took over the island with the destroyer Léopard.

Réunion became a département d'outre-mer (overseas départment) of France on 19 March 1946. Its département code is 974.

For a period of around two decades in the twentieth century (1968–1982), 1,630 children from Réunion were relocated to metropolitan France, particularly to Creuse. These children, known as les enfants de la Creuse, were brought to light in 2002 when Réunion exile Jean-Jacques Martial brought a legal action against politician Michel Debré (who had been the MP for Réunion at the time) for kidnapping of a minor, roundup and deportation. In 2005, a similar case was brought against the French government by the Association of Réunion of Creuse.


10 Most Dangerous Beaches for Deadly Shark Attacks

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Shark attacks seem to be on the rise in many parts of the world, therefore, you might want to steer clear of the following known shark-infested waters. Statistically, these are among the most dangerous beaches for deadly shark attacks.

1. Pernambuco, Brazil

The shockingly high attack rate in these waters appears to be due to over-fishing. Without enough food supply, the sharks have begun to sample other forms of fare to satisfy their relentless hunger.

2. Second Beach, South Africa

The beach is popular among shark-seeking tourists and cage divers. Tour operators dump boatloads of bloody chum in the water order to entice the great whites. You definitely don’t want to surf or swim anywhere near these boats and their chum lines.

3. New Smyrna Beach, Florida

More than 238 shark attacks have been documented at Florida’s (surprisingly) popular New Smyrna Beach. In fact, 15% of worldwide shark bites have occurred here. Most of the bites are courtesy of baby bull sharks that favor these waters. To date, none of the recorded attacks here have been fatal.

4. Velzyland Beach, Hawaii

About 41 different shark species that frequent Hawaii’s waters including aggressive specimens like bull sharks and great whites. The last fatal shark attack at this beach occurred in 1994 when a tiger shark attacked a surfer. More recent attacks on surfers have been reported, but none fatal.

5. New South Wales, Australia

This region, which includes famous Bondi Beach, has recorded more than 170 unprovoked shark attacks and more than 50 fatal attacks, and great white shark encounters are more common here than in other parts of the world. Due to the position of the continental shelf, swimmers and surfers are in close proximity of deep waters where these potential predators cruise.

6. Fletcher Cove, California

Fletcher Cove may be picturesque, but it is also the scene of 142 unprovoked shark attacks, including some recent fatalities. Scientists are convinced that the fish-strewn waters in this region are ideal feeding grounds for large predators like the great white.

7. Reunion Island, Indian Ocean

This island has had more than 10 attacks in a recent two-year period, three being fatal. This has prompted island officials to close the beaches to swimmers and surfers. Experts aren’t sure why the sharks are biting people with greater frequency.

8. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Since 2005, there have been more than fifty attacks. In fact, researchers have claimed that South Carolina’s waters are just as dangerous as Florida’s when comparing the swimmer-to-attack ratio. Their waters are attractive to species like tiger sharks and bull sharks.

9. Coffin Bay, Australia

The name says it all. Don’t swim here unless you fancy a meeting with a great white. Recently an abalone diver was attacked and killed by two great white sharks. His body was never recovered.

10. Surf Beach, California

A nineteen-year-old surfer was attacked and killed a few years ago by a great white shark believed to be 18 feet in length. The waters here are home to seals, which attract great whites in large numbers.

Best Attractions Île de La Réunion

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Reunion Island Tourism promotion in India

Reunion Island is a french territory situated in the Indian Ocean. Having a strong cultural connection with India, this offbeat destination is welcoming Indian tourists looking for new adventures. Neha Johri, the newly appointed Country Manager of Reunion Island in India (represented by Representation World LLP) talks about the destination, the local culture and the roadmap to promote the destination in India.

Qatar Tourist Attractions: 10 Top Places to Visit

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Reunion is a French overseas island located in the midst of the Indian Ocean, 700 kilometers east of the island of Madagascar , and 200 kilometers South-West of Mauritius.

The island was previously known as île Bourbon.

This enchanting destination is blessed with a tropical climate and beautiful volcanic landscapes. It is an island, but it's appeal comes less from sandy beaches than from mountain paths and formidable landscapes.

Its distance from Mauritius is 134 Miles (215 Kilometers).

he Portuguese discovered the uninhabited island in 1513. From the 17th to the 19th centuries, French immigration supplemented by influxes of Africans, Chinese, Malagasy, and Malabar Indians gave the island its ethnic mix. The opening of the Suez Canal in 1869 cost the island its importance as a stopover on the East Indies trade route. It remained a colony until 1946, when it became a département of the French Republic.

Locals take great pride in marking the anniversary of the abolition of slavery (which happened on the 20th December 1848), in a festival known locally as La Fête Cafre (a cafre being the name given to an indigenous dweller on the island, now widely used to address friends). This gesture towards the past is still very much present in society today, and as such the word slave (esclave) is a grave insult to a Réunionnais.

Today, the population of Reunion is widely varied in terms of ethnic origin, which each group inheriting its respective traditions.

The following two (fairly ambitious) hiking trails (Grande Randonnée): offer breathtaking views of the island.

The GR R2. This route crosses the island from Saint-Denis in the north down to Saint-Joseph in the south. Set aside about a week to cover the route's 130km trail.

The GR R1 is slightly shorter at around four days, and covers the Cilaos, Mafate and Salazie craters.

An alternative is to walk in Mafate, without marked-out footpaths. Visit the villages (locally known as îlets) to get a feel of car-free settlements in beautiful surroundings.


French is the official language of Reunion.

Although not official, Réunion Creole is the native language of a large part of the population and is spoken alongside French.

French spoken with the local Reunion accent, intermingled with Creole, can be difficult to understand for native French speakers. Metropolitan French are locally nicknamed z'oreilles (ears) for their tendency not to understand and ask people to repeat.

Other languages spoken locally include Tamil, Gujarati, Urdu, Comorian, Malagasy, Mandarin, Hakka and Cantonese.

As is mainland France, English fluency is rare. English speakers meet every Monday evening between 7:30PM and 11:00PM (including during holidays) at the Moda Bar, 75 rue Pasteur, in Saint-Denis. Infoline 0692 560220. If you speak English, it is a good place to share your culture and language while meeting travelling and resident couch-surfers. The bar allows people to bring take out food.

Reunion is part of the Eurozone, so as in many other European Union countries the currency used is the euro (symbol: €).

It is compulsory, for the large majority of businesses, to post prices in windows. Hotels and restaurants must have their rates visible from outside.

Most shops accept international credit cards (Visa and Mastercard) but most of them require a minimum amount for credit cards payments (usually €15).

There are a number of ATM machines (called gabier) which don't charge you for using them.


Most shops are closed on Sunday.

Most supermarkets are open from 9:00AM to 8:00PM, Monday to Saturday. Some of them are open on Sunday morning.

You can find traditional objects in some shops but it's often easier and cheaper to go to a market (marché). The market in Saint-Paul is famous and you'll also find fruits and vegetables: it gathers on Friday morning and afternoon and on Saturday morning.

It's a good place to buy African traditional objects, such as Oware (an abstract strategy game of Akan origin).

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Best Tourist Attractions Places To Travel In France | Reunion National Park Destination Spot

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Réunion National Park is a national park on the island of Réunion, an overseas department of France in the western Indian Ocean.
Established on 5 March 2007, the park protects the endemic ecosystems of Les Hauts, Réunion's mountainous interior, and covers around 42% of the island.
Plans for a park date back to 1985, and in a public survey in 2004, the communes of Réunion approved the creation of a national park.
It officially came into existence in 2007.
The park's mission, other than preserving landscape and biodiversity, is to share knowledge and welcome visitors, and to work together with local communes.
It is a popular destination for hiking and mountaineering.
The isolation of the island and its diversity of habitats and microclimates have favoured the diversification of a highly endemic flora: Of the 850 known native plant species, 230 are endemic, and half of those are endangered.
This native flora is found at various altitudes.
Nearly as many exotic plants as native ones, 830, have become naturalised on the island, and 50 are considered invasive, threatening native flora and habitats.
The park's fauna includes notably several endemic bird species, such as Barau's petrel, the Réunion harrier, and the Réunion cuckooshrike.
In total, 18 bird species are found at Réunion, half of which are endemic.
At least 22 bird species have already gone extinct since human colonisation.
A major threat to the bird fauna are introduced cats and rats.
Of mammals, the Mauritian flying fox recolonised the Réunion after going extinct from the island.
Notable butterfly species include Papilio phorbanta and Salamis augustina, and an endemic reptile is the Reunion Island day gecko.
The national park constitutes one of Réunion's major attractions.
Its mountains are a popular destination for hiking and mountaineering; there are more than 900 km of marked trails, crossing such different landscapes as rain forests, sugar cane plantations and volcanic fields.
They include three long-distance trails approved by the French Hiking Federation, with mountain lodges along the trail.
More than 400,000 people each year visit the Piton de la Fournaise volcano, for which a discovery trail has been established.


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Top 10 Smallest Countries in the World

Here is the list of top 10 smallest countries in this world. With over 194 countries in the world, it's easy to think the word country equates to a massive land area with large numbers of people. Some nations are so small that cities within other nations are giants compared to them. Mostly found in Europe, the Caribbean, and the Pacific, there are many countries in the world with an area of less than 400 square kilometers. The top 10 smallest countries in the world cover a total area of 1491.4 km² which is smaller than the area of the city of Houston, Texas (1625.2 km²). A popular tourist destination in the Indian Ocean, the Maldives is the smallest country in Asia in terms of area and population. There are over 1,192 coral islands in the Maldives, which are spread over 90,000, making it one of the world's most dispersed countries. The country was once the colony of many empires, the Portuguese, the Dutch, and the British, but became an independent country in 1965. Today, the Maldives has a vibrant tourism economy due to its famous white sand beaches and crystal blue waters.
With their own governments and own culture, these small countries are some of the richest, most remote, and most intriguing places in the world. Let's take a look at the 10 smallest countries in the world today:
10. Maldives
9. Saint Kitts and Nevis
8. The Marshall Islands
7. Liechtenstein
6. San Mariano
5. Tuvalu
4. Nauru
3. Monaco
2. Vatican City
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Tiny French island near Madagascar, Reunion is worth visiting especially when you like hiking, surfing and paragliding!

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Reunion Travel Video Guide - Jutting out of the ocean like a basaltic shield cloaked in green, Réunion is a mini-Hawaii, with astounding geographical diversity. Within an hour or two, the landscape morphs from lava fields to lush primary forest, from jagged peaks to sprawling coastal cities. The West is Réunion's Riviera, a long string of beach suburbs and resorts towns, including glitzy Boucan Canot.

The pièce de résistance is Les Hautes & the volcano. Piton de la Fournaise is one of the world's most accessible active volcanoes and depending on nature's whims, you might even witness fiery-red molten lava. When the volcano has finished working its magic on you, there are horses to ride, majestic mountains to trek up in the Cirques, or paraglide from in St-Leu, drop-offs to dive from, big waves to surf, extinct volcanoes to fly over, and canyons to explore. But it's not all about nature, landscapes and adrenaline -- Réunion has its cultural gems as well, with stunning Creole architecture in cute-as-can-be villages, as well as colourful religious buildings and festivals.

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Reunion Hotels And Resorts: Top 10 Best Luxury Hotel In Reunion 2018

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Visit our website about the best hotels in Reunion and you will find the best deals to book your room.
Our ranking of best hotels includes the following accommodations:
Le Saint Alexis **** Hotel & Spa in Saint-Gilles-les-Bains
Akoya Hotel & Spa in La Saline les Bains
Mercure Créolia St-Denis La Réunion in Saint-Denis
Hotel Le Boucan Canot in Saint-Gilles-les-Bains
Bellepierre in Saint-Denis
Villa Angelique in Saint-Denis
Diana Dea Lodge in Sainte-Anne-les Hauts
Hotel Le Cilaos in Cilaos
LUX* Saint Gilles in Saint-Gilles-les-Bains
Tsilaosa Hôtel in Cilaos
In these hotels you will be able to enjoy different facilities such as WiFi available in all areas, Table tennis, Hiking, Billiards, Diving, Water sport facilities (on site), Tennis equipment, Cycling and Tennis court.
The following characteristics are also remarkable Snorkelling, Fishing, Beach, Breakfast in the room, Kid-friendly buffet, Kid meals, Restaurant (buffet), Room service, Bottle of water and Packed lunches.
We hope you have a pleasant stay in Reunion and we hope you enjoy our top 10 of the best hotels in Reunion
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If you ever visit Dubai then don't forget to ride in the Dubai monorail from Gateway station to Atlantis Aquaventure station. This ride gives one of the best views of Palm Jumeirah island and Atlantis The Palm Hotel.

It is among the few things which you shouldn't miss in Dubai. Best thing Dubai Monorails are fully air-conditioned so it is also a very good way to beat the heat of Dubai and reach Palm Jumeirah.

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10 Top Tourist Attractions in Dallas

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10 Top Tourist Attractions in Dallas: African American Museum, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas World Aquarium, Dallas Zoo, Frontiers of Flight and the Cavanaugh Flight Museum, Reunion Tower, The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical, The Nasher Sculpture Center, The Meadows Museum, The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey

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Come and see this stunning 11 bedroom mansion in Reunion Resort, Orlando, located only minutes away from Walt Disney World!

Situated in Reunion Resort, the magnificent villa comes complete with a range of luxury amenities including a private pool, game room, home theater and themed bedrooms,.

It has an open-plan living area, 11 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, a fully- equipped kitchen, several dining areas and a large furnished balcony.

It also features two themed bedrooms with a wizard and princess style.

Outdoors you'll find a private pool with a water slide, plus an alfresco dining area, a lounge, a fire pit and a summer kitchen.

Sleeping up to 26 guests, this villa can accommodate all your family and friends for a dream Orlando vacation.

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Dallas Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

Welcome to Dallas, also called “The Big D,” part of the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington metroplex of 6.5 million people.

Whether you’re looking for arts, technology, or culture, a Dallas tour has a little bit of everything. Stroll through the Dallas Museum of Art and the Nasher Sculpture Center to take in their creative works, followed by a trip up to the top of the Reunion Tower for a breathtaking view of the city.

If you have an affinity for living beings, you Dallas sightseeing must include the underwater passages of the Dallas World Aquarium. Don’t worry – it also has an entire section devoted to creatures of dry land, so make sure you check out the Jungle Walk. You can also scream your way through over 100 rides at Six Flags, or explore the history of the cowboy way at Pioneer Plaza.

A fine Texas day comes to an end with steak, dancing, and mingling with friendly locals who have hearts as big as the state itself.

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Top10 Recommended Hotels in Saint-Gilles-les-Bains, Reunion, Africa

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Top10 Recommended Hotels in Saint-Gilles-les-Bains, Reunion, Africa
1. LUX* Saint Gilles *****
2. Hotel Le Boucan Canot ****
3. Le Saint Alexis **** Hotel & Spa
4. Relais de l’Hermitage Saint-Gilles (Ex-Novotel) ***
5. Tama Hotel ***
6. Hôtel Les Créoles ***
7. Hotel Le Recif, Ile de la Reunion ***
8. Résidence l'Archipel ***
9. Résidence Tropic Appart Hotel ***
10. Hotel Ylang Ylang ***
11. Ermitage Boutik Hotel/ Blue Beach ***

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1. L’Hermitage 28 Rue Du Lagon, 97434 Saint-Gilles-les-Bains, Reunion
Located directly on the beach, LUX* Saint Gilles features Creole-style architecture in a tropical park full of coconut and casuarina trees. There are 4 themes restaurants and a swimming pool.
2. 32 rue de Boucan Canot, 97434 Saint-Gilles-les-Bains, Reunion
This property is a 9-minute walk from the beach. This waterfront hotel has panoramic ocean views and is 35.4 km from Saint-Denis. It offers air-conditioned rooms with flat-screen TV and features massage treatments and an outdoor swimming pool with lounge chairs and sun umbrellas.
3. 44, rue du Boucan Canot, 97434 Saint-Gilles-les-Bains, Reunion
This property is a 5-minute walk from the beach. Set on the beachfront, this luxurious hotel offers 2 outdoor swimming pools and a 500 m² spa with a sauna. Beauty treatments are possible upon request and Saint-Gilles is 3 km away.
4. L'Hermitage, avenue de la Mer, 97434 Saint-Gilles-les-Bains, Reunion
Relais de l’Hermitage Saint-Gilles is situated on the west coast of Reunion, only 100 m from L’Hermitage beach and lagoon. The hotel offers 2 outdoor swimming pools and a tennis court.
5. 77, Rue des Navigateurs, 97434 Saint-Gilles-les-Bains, Reunion
In Saint-Gilles les Bains, just a 6-minute drive from Eden’s Garden, Tama Hotel offers an outdoor swimming pool, garden and a terrace. The aquarium is only a 5-minute drive away.
6. 43 Avenue de Bourbon, 97434 Saint-Gilles-les-Bains, Reunion
Located in the famous sea resort of Saint-Gilles, along the west coast of the island of Réunion, this hotel features an outdoor swimming pool. A car rental service is provided.
7. 50 Avenue de Bourbon, 97434 Saint-Gilles-les-Bains, Reunion
Just 199 m from the beach, Hôtel Le Récif provides Creole villas within 7 acres of tropical grounds with 2 outdoor pools. It features a restaurant and a gazebo terrace.
8. 9, Rue de la Cheminée - Grand-Fond, 97434 Saint-Gilles-les-Bains, Reunion
This property is a 12-minute walk from the beach. Featuring a swimming pool surrounded by sun loungers and coconut trees, Résidence l'Archipel is 1.9 km from Black Rock Beach on the north-west coast of Reunion Island. The self-catering studios and apartments have their own bathroom and free Wi-Fi.
9. 102, Avenue de Bourbon – l’Ermitage , 97434 Saint-Gilles-les-Bains, Reunion
Located 80 m from the sandy beach in L'Hermitage-les-Bains, Tropic Appart Hotel offers air-conditioned accommodation. It features an outdoor pool and free high speed WiFi.
10. 28 A rue Eugene Dayot, 97434 Saint-Gilles-les-Bains, Reunion
Situated 300 m from the beach, Hotel Ylang Ylang is located in Saint-Gilles-les Bains and features an outdoor swimming pool, garden and terrace. Free WiFi access is available.
11. 40, Avenue de la mer, les filaos, 97434 Saint-Gilles-les-Bains, Reunion
Ermitage Boutik Hotel/ Blue Beach is situated 100 m from the lagoon and features accommodations with a private terrace overlooking the garden or swimming pool. There is also a hot tub and night club.



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