Le Morne Anglers' Club
Zazou Fishing is a reputable operator offering an excellent deal: Rs 16,000 for a half-day at sea (from 7am to 1pm) that can be extended...
Set within what looks like an office building, this lively joint is precisely what its name suggests: a Bali copy. There's a chilled-out...
Slide between the crisp white walls of the Bay Hotel to uncover Les Sirandanes perched directly along the sea under generous thatch...
Martello Tower information
Lonely Planet review
In the 1830s the British built five 'Martello' towers – copies of the tower at Mortella Point in Corsica (vowel order was apparently not a priority for the British) – to protect their young colony from predators (namely the French who were suspected of supporting a slave rebellion). Although the other towers have fallen into ruin, the one at La Preneuse has been converted into a small museum. Captions explain the tower's ingenious design – walls measure 3m in thickness and are crowned by a copper cannon that could apparently destroy a target 2km away.