St-Pierre attractions

Museum in St-Pierre

La Saga du Rhum

Those who want to understand how the ambrosia called rum starts in the sugar-cane fields and ends on their palates should really come to the museum called La Saga du Rhum, which is set on the site of the Isautier es…
Area in St-Pierre

Terre Sainte

It's well worth exploring this quaint neighbourhood, situated to the east of the centre. Though no longer the traditional fishing village it used to be, this area has its own peculiar appeal, especially along the se…
Market in St-Pierre

Main Market

If you're in St-Pierre on a Saturday morning, be sure to browse around the joyous, thriving main market, which sprawls along the seafront at the west end of Blvd Hubert-Delisle – a staple of local life. You'll find …
Mosque in St-Pierre

Attyaboul Massadjid Mosque

You'll be impressed by the massive proportions of St-Pierre's mosque, which extends an entire block. Its slender minaret is particularly striking. Visitors can enter the inner courtyard during opening times (and out…
Historic Building in St-Pierre

Hôtel de Ville

The Hôtel de Ville ranks among St-Pierre's most spectacular historic buildings. It started life as a coffee warehouse for the French East India Company during the 18th century.
Beach in St-Pierre

Plage de St-Pierre

One of St-Pierre's major draws is its beach, a fine sweep of pale sand massaged by aquamarine waters. It's exposed to the prevailing winds, though. Stick to the protected area.
Historic Building in St-Pierre

Entrepôt Kervéguen

You can't miss this imposing building at the eastern end of Rue du Four à Chaux. Entrepôt Kervéguen was used as a warehouse by the French East India Company.
Church in St-Pierre

St-Pierre Church

Built in 1765, St-Pierre church is one of St-Pierre's many architectural gems and features an elegant peristyle and two towers.
Hindu Temple in St-Pierre

Tamil Temple

West of the centre, this highly colourful Tamil temple is well worth a gander. Visitors are not allowed inside the temple.
Beach in St-Pierre

Plage de Terre Sainte

This small, intimate beach in the Terre Sainte neighbourhood is never crowded. It's great for sunbathing.