© Ile de la Réunion IRT Serge Gélabert
© Iles de la Guadeloupe
© Comité Martiniquais du Tourisme - Luc Olivier
© Laurent BENOIT
© IRT/Serge Gélabert
© Tahiti Tourisme - G Le Bacon
© Destination Iles Loyauté
In the middle of the South Pacific, Tahiti and its islands make up the largest marine territory in the world, covering an area of 5.5 million square kilometres.
A distant land, authentic, and full of contrasts... New Caledonia is an atypical destination, with many faces.
In Punaauia, gateway to Papeete, the Museum Te Fare Manaha is right opposite Sapinus, the world famous surfing spot. Take a leaf out of Tahiti's book and live like a Polynesian!
More than just a cultural hub epitomising the rich diversity of New Caledonia, Tjibaou is an entry point to Nouméa with a whole host of activities to enjoy with family and friends.
In the middle of the South Pacific, each archipelago has a unique landscape, from the green volcanic islands to the turquoise blue coral atolls...
Permanent exhibition About caledonian History at Noumea City Museum
Wallis and Futuna, a genuine kingdom where you can discover enchanting natural landscapes and astonishing historic sites.