Only a 10-minute drive from Bourail township, La Roche Percée has two famous rock formations: La Roche Percée (pierced rock), a headland with a hole in it that you can walk through, and Le Bonhomme, a stand-up rock off the end of the headland that's shaped like a tubby man.
The surf at Plage de la Roche Percée is caused by a break in the fringing reef, so you don’t have to go out to the reef to catch a wave. The best spot is at the mouth of the Néra river. The beaches around here are also known as a nesting spot for sea turtles, and nests are carefully monitored and protected by locals.
There are a couple of snack restaurants here, but no shops. The long beach is a popular swimming spot.