They are no ethnic Reunion but one people with subtle nuances that will welcome you during your stay in Saint-Denis. This beautiful city is a real sea of greenery. Few French towns can boast of having as many trees and many gardens. That is why we find these large or small spaces where orchids, ferns, tropical plants and European roses compete in beauty. Saint-Denis is surrounded by hills forming forest sanctuaries, where you can relax in peace and enjoy the fresh air and the sound of ever falling waterfalls.
The climate being tropical, there are two main seasons.
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Fog often prevails in the mountainous parts of Saint-Denis. To make the most of your trip, the months of May and June are the most appropriate, thus avoiding the influx of tourists and the wettest period. The annual rainfall in Saint-Denis is approximately mm. The three wettest month with an average of 11 days of rain in January, February and March, the austral summer period.
Saint-Denis lives to the rhythm of a mixed Creole tradition. You will find varied accommodation, hotels, condos or homes where you can stay during your vacation. Saint Denis is principally a place to do shopping with its innumerable shops. Its pedestrian area allows to make purchases safely while blending into the daily life of local people.
Likewise, always enjoying the city, you will see lots of Creole original houses, sometimes in ruins, mixed with more traditional and modern architecture. A large covered hall to purchase small gifts and typical souvenir of Reunion for family and friends. Its wrought iron architecture gives it a very different aspect of traditional covered markets that can be found anywhere else. The Barachois is the northernmost district of Saint-Denis and remains. Barachois is best known for what is found a little further on the coast itself: its battery of cannons pointing out to sea from Pointe des jardins, from which distances separating the island from the rest of the world are measured in kilometres.
The place is also popular with tourists and honeymooners who come to have their picture taken at sunset. Further east, the Barachois hosts a bowling alley and a concrete pool built in Designed by Guy Lejeune, while modern architecture symbolized the dynamism of the new department. The basin was filled, renovated, and transformed into a dancing bar. This imposing cathedral situated Rue de la Victoire dates back at It has a lovely shaded courtyard, filled with a kind of figurative art fountain, made of cast iron, it comprises of a column, a basin and cherubs.
The shady garden has many treasures. The garden is more than a garden, it is a real plants conservatory. A variety of plants are to be discovered here and there in the aisles.
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