Reunion Island offers visitors 2,512 km² of coastline and unique mountain towns:
– Cilaos, starting point for hikes to Piton des Neiges, lentils, Cilaos wine
– Grand-Ilet, at the end of Cirque de Salazie with vertiginous waterfalls including the sublime “Voile de la Mariée” or bride’s veil, chayotes, and trout fishing.
– Maïdo Petite-France, in the highlands of Saint-Paul, embalmed with geranium fragrances whose essence is used by prestigious perfume-makers.
– Grand-Coude, a pretty plateau in the Saint-Joseph highlands with many hiking trails, tea plantations, and Bourbon Pointu coffee by Maison du Laurina.
– Entre-Deux, a combination of original and typical, hosts the legendary Trans-Dimitile annual race and the Choca arts, crafts and food festival.
– Bourg-Murat is a small peaceful mountain village shaded by Piton de la Fournaise, one of the most active volcanos in the world. Guava tree in La Plaine-des-Palmistes.