Roland Garros Monument
On the waterfront, this statue honours the Réunion-born aviator Roland Garros, leaning nonchalantly on a propeller. Roland Garros was...
Built in 1854, the Palais Rontaunay is a bourgeois villa which has preserved the elegant style of the 19th century.
This perfectly preserved Creole mansion was built in the 1790s and is considered one of the oldest of its kind in St-Denis. The...
Le Passage du Chat Blanc
A trendy, good-looking crowd flocks to this hugely popular bar. Besides featuring great cocktails, there's live music – house music,...
Camions Bars du Barachois
If money matters, these cheap and cheerful food vans on the seafront are the ideal pit stop. Get generous sandwiches or everything and...
Le Barachois information
This seafront park, lined by cannons facing out to sea, is a good place to catch the sea breeze in St-Denis. It has an area set aside for pétanque (a game similar to bowls), cafes and a monument to the Réunion-born aviator Roland Garros, leaning nonchalantly on a propeller.