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We travelled to Luecille Beach while on a cruise in June 2018. The beach is a couple of km's long. We walked the entire length. It was a nice beach with clear water but there was some rubbish laying around. Lifou in general was a...More
This was a beautiful beach. I swam and no blue bottle jellyfish here. Locals has put a little market on and I had a crepe that was lovely then they all sang for us. Part of our tour showed us to a chiefs hut. Was...More
We spent a few hours here while doing a tour that was organised from a cruise ship. This was a beautiful beach. Felt like being in paradise. No high rise buildings, shops or wifi in the area which was great! Just amazing, beautiful, clear water....More
The only reason I can’t give the beach 5 stars is because we never made it in the water as our son was stung by blue bottles - so keep an eye out for those!
Otherwise, the sand is a white powder and the water...More
If you have the chance to visit, you must. Even with a cruise ship, the only people on this beach, are those who take the excursion.
Non-crowded, clear, take sunscreen, watershoes and hat, as there really is nothing there but the water. We were only...More
This beach goes on and on. You can go for a very long walk or just enjoy the water. The waves were great for wave riding, but some went snorkelling. I would recommend that you wear extra sunscreen or a rashie or t-shirt. We reapplied...More
We arrived by cruise boat and had been told of the great Snorkelling here. Now my family have snorkeled on the GBR so they were a bit sceptical. We walked over the hill and paid our money and snorkeled. I have been snorkeling ay daydream...More
I really enjoyed a tour to a vanilla plantation that I did but there are also markets where you can try local foodstuffs along with purchasing handmade arts and crafts by locals. (Unfortunately there are some souvenirs that... More
I really enjoyed a tour to a vanilla plantation that I did but there are also markets where you can try local foodstuffs along with purchasing handmade arts and crafts by locals. (Unfortunately there are some souvenirs that appear factory made as well.) There are lovely places to swim right near the jetty or further afield plus you can walk along a road up to a church where the view is magnificent. The road is sealed and it is a steady incline but my 84 year old parents managed it and thought it worth the walk.