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The Grand Anse beach is a highly frequented BBQ and picnic area on weekends, but very chilled and relaxed during the week. The beach itself is not the best you can find on the island (we prefereed the ones of the west coast), but there...More
On a windy and somewhat cloudy day we were looking for a beach with safe swimming. Having visited and given up on St. Pierre, we went to Grande Anse although we thought the man made swimming lagoon created rocks looked tiny on online photos and...More
I'd read somewhere that this was a quiet and less visited beach....must have been an old review...We arrived around noon Friday and the beach was busy, the car park was full to the brim...but considering we're talking "Reunion packed" there was still plenty of space...More
It’s a beautiful coral beach located at the foot of a hill appertaining to the Petite-Île municipality. It offers a nice view over the horizon and at dusk a great sunset can be observed from there on clear days. The landscape on the spot is...More
Favourite beach to relax and for sunsets in Réunion. Coconut trees and a vast space for relaxing on the grass. The sunsets are amazing here. Great photo opportunities for silhouettes of coconut trees with a pink orange sunset. The beach is mostly used by locals...More
The beach itself is around 700m long and wide around 10m. The water is blue and it is boarded by cocotiers, bring you hamock!
There are 2 small bars and one of them offers something to eat also.
There are many parking lots.
although the beach looks enticing from afar, up close the beach is pretty average and overrated imo. There are a lot of lava rocks all over to to the beach. A 'pool' has been created in the shallow sea water to keep sharks out, which...More