Photos - St Denis
  • The administrative centre and capital of the department of Réunion Island attracts little more than a handful of tourists.

    The administrative centre and capital of the department of Réunion Island attracts little more than a handful of tourists.

  • Inhabitants from other towns on the island come to Saint Denis for its cultural life as well as its shops.

    Inhabitants from other towns on the island come to Saint Denis for its cultural life as well as its shops.

  • A few hotels, such as the Juliette Dodu and the Novotel, have found a home in Saint Denis, but mainly only see business clientele.

    A few hotels, such as the Juliette Dodu and the Novotel, have found a home in Saint Denis, but mainly only see business clientele.

  • The town has a number of gems of Creole architecture in addition to several buildings that bear witness to the island's colonial past.

    The town has a number of gems of Creole architecture in addition to several buildings that bear witness to the island's colonial past.

  • Although Saint Denis can be described as an ocean of greenery, it has been able to combine tradition with modernity, managing to keep with the times.

    Although Saint Denis can be described as an ocean of greenery, it has been able to combine tradition with modernity, managing to keep with the times.

  • Saint Denis is a particularly harmonious crossroads of people and cultures.

    Saint Denis is a particularly harmonious crossroads of people and cultures.

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