Sous le Manguier
The actual trou d'eau douce for which the town is named can be found in a human-made stone hole next to the national coast guard's...
Worth a look, Victoria 1840 is an old sugar mill that has been lovingly refurbished to house some of the works of Yvette Maniglier, a...
One of the more professional operators, Johaness runs speedboat or catamaran trips to Île aux Cerfs that leave Trou d'Eau Douce at...
Le Café des Arts
This intriguing dining option is located within an old mill that has been transformed into Victoria 1840 , an oddly charming gallery...
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Sous le Manguier information
Opposite the Gothic church, this delightful table d'hôte is, as its name suggests, 'under the mango tree'. The downstairs restaurant is open during the day, and in the evening the owners invite you to join them for some fantastic home-cooked specialities on their upstairs terrace.