Top things to do in Ste-Rose

Church in Ste-Rose

Notre Dame des Laves

The lava flow from a 1977 eruption went through Piton Ste-Rose, split when it came to the church and reformed again on the other side. Many people see the church's escape as a miracle of divine intervention. A woode…
Creole in Ste-Rose

Restaurant Le Corail

About 300m south of Notre Dame des Laves church, this colourful Creole house is your spot for Creole curries and stews as well as sandwiches. There's an inviting terrace but it overlooks the main road – expect some …
Bay in Ste-Rose

Anse des Cascades

This scenic anse (bay) is beside the sea about 3km south of Piton Ste-Rose. The water from the hills drops dramatically into the sea near a traditional little fishing harbour. The coconut grove is splendid and is a …
Buffet in Ste-Rose

Restaurant des Cascades

A local and tourist favourite, this beach restaurant in a lovely coconut grove bursts to the seams on weekends. It has a concise menu featuring Creole and meat dishes but the real clincher is the lunch buffet (€25, …
Food in Ste-Rose

Domaine d'Aldachris

Just north of Piton Ste-Rose is this family-run operation where you can buy various tropical fruit products, including delicious jam, to-die-for cakes and different varieties of exceptionally sweet bananas. Everythi…
Fast Food in Ste-Rose

Snack Chez Louiso

Chez Louiso is a modest open-air eatery overlooking the harbour. The menu is limited to sandwiches and a couple of daily specials, but they're well prepared and sizzling-hot value. Grab a (plastic) table and soak up…
Creole in Ste-Rose

Le Métis

If you're looking for a quick food fix, check out the options at this family-run eatery opposite Notre Dame des Laves church. It specialises in tasty, freshly prepared Creole classics. Takeaway is available (€6 to €…