Port des Galets - Port de la Pointe des Galets Marina
Port des Galets - Port de la Pointe des Galets Marina

Port des Galets - Port de la Pointe des Galets

Réunion, Reunion
Berth Characteristics
  • 50 berths
  • Max Length 9 m
  • Max Draught 5 m
Radio Channel

You can reach Port des Galets - Port de la Pointe des Galets by calling VHF16.

Port De Plaisance is located on the southern coast of Réunion, in the commune of Saint Pierre, just a few steps from a long sandy beach named Alize Plage. An interesting fact about Saint-Pierre, the island’s third largest commune: it’s the capital of the French Southern and Antarctic Lands. The

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The neighborhood

Port des Galets - Port de la Pointe des Galets is located in Réunion.

Réunion Island is located in the Indian Ocean. It is one of the French overseas territories, and it neighbors the Mauritius Island to the South and the Madagascar to the East. The island comprises 24 administrative divisions, and it has a special status within the Eurozone as a French department. Réunion is a recurrent destination for travelers who can explore the local wildlife diversity and beautiful beaches.

The first European adventurers who set foot on this island were the Portuguese who came here in the first years of the 16th century under the leadership of Diego Fernandes Pereira, a famous explorer. In the 17th century, the French started to build settlements on the island. During the following two centuries, the French colonists brought several other nationalities here: Indians, Africans, and Chinese who were used for labor activities. Hence Réunion became a multicultural community, trait that still characterizes the island nowadays.

The most exciting touristic activities that gather tourists are sightseeing and water sports. It’s easy to book a berth and sail around the island to admire the beautiful view. MarinaReservation.com provides a vast range of options whose availability can be checked online.

The most popular beaches travelers should visit once they get to Réunion are Saint-Gilles which hosts the most imposing resorts on the island;  Boucan Canot Beach; Etang Salé Beach, with black sand; Roches-Noires Beach, with its white sand; Saint-Pierre Beach; Tremblet Beach, one of the youngest beaches in the world; Hermitage Beach, with its unspoiled lagoon or Grand Anse Beach with ist white sand and tall trees.

Réunion is also sought after because it is a great hiking location. There are numerous trails and natural challenges for those who love this outdoor activity. A well-known circuit is Le Piton de la Fournaise, which include some incredible stops to Plaine des Sable, a black sand area, or Formica Léo,  a red volcano. Le Cirque de Mafate holds out many beautiful villages such as Trois Roches, Marla or Grand-Place. Other popular cirques are Le Piton de la Fournaise, the trips around the Route du Volcan and Le Cirque de Salazie.

The city of St. Denis, the capital, is a top destination with beautiful, well-preserved old buildings and great dining places. The Creole dishes are quite tasty, and many venues organize traditional dancing events that can be fun and exciting. Other cities that accommodate many travelers are Saint Benoit, Saint-Leu and Etang Salé. The beautiful natural sight and local flora and fauna in these cities and their surroundings are amazing,

Réunion is a great location where tourists can feel at home; the currency is the euro, the locals are quite welcoming and ready to provide indications in English or French, and the accommodation options are very diverse. This is one of the best places for an adventurous vacation in the Caribbean Sea.

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