Cap La Houssaye
borders the bay of St Paul
to the south. It is widely seen, closing off the horizon in a long strip of land, orange in the dry season, which juts out onto the sea. With an area of 650 hectares, it presents a landscape and ecological interest but also of heritage, due to the scattered presence of different vestiges Remarkable landscape of the semi-dry region that constitutes the West of the island, Cap La Houssaye is part of the coastal conservation area, you can discover on foot or on horseback.
a moonlight hike is organized each month by Gilles www.lesrandosdegilles.com
with themes on the moon ... southern hemisphere, plants, stars and visible constellations. Easy hike, group of 12 people maximum, suitable for all walkers. Children are welcome. +262 692 874 916 mail: email@example.com