The missionary FAO founded the first Protestant mission on the former battlefield of Lössi...
The cliffs can be visited with a local guide
Delightful vanilla plantation set in the heart of a forest. You will be warmly welcomed.
Landing place of the Catholic missionaries, who built this chapel in 1898.
A vast white sandy beach.
A development with traditional Melanesian huts for cruise ship passengers.
40m high cliffs, overhanging crystal clear waters teeming with fish.
Come to discover a splendid beach.
A white sandy beach dotted with caves and numerous creeks.
The Great Hut of the Hnathalo tribe, 3km from Wanaham aerodrome.
Discover the secrets of vanilla,
Historical monument commemorating the arrival of the Christian missionaries on the island of...
Endless beaches of white sand bordered by coconut palms
A 40 meters deep vertical cavity hollowed out in the limestone rocks.
The natural aquarium near Tadine is fed by the sea flowing under the coral formations
" In the beginning, the terraces of Shabadran"
La Roche is the island's second largest center.
Located in Hwadrilla village in the Fayaoué district (near Hwadrilla quay).
In the extreme south of the island, the landscape is beautiful, the view on the first island south of...
The factory is in Hwadrilla near the quay.
Saint Joseph brings together the Takedji, an independent tribe from Wallis and Heo, whose...
Lekiny a superb sheltered stretch of water glinting with iridescent colours is a protected...
Between Mouli and St-Joseph, the coast road runs alongside a magnificient beach of fine white...
A series of waterholes where fresh water and salt water remain separate.
Located at the foot of Ceu cliffs, the Hulup cave is an authentic and peaceful resting place of...
Twelve kilometres south of Fayaoué the grey cliffs of Lekiny, pitted with caves facing the bay are...
Built in 1984, the Mouli bridge spans the strait separating Ouvéa from Mouli.
Bottom of stairs, this great beach is ideal for the family,
Circular deep chasm, the water is almost sweet, swimming is possible.
Tel: 45 7137 Vanico, St-Paul's tribe