The Isle of Pines is only a twenty-minute flight south of Noumea, but a whole other world away. Famous for its tall native pines and stunning deserted beaches, the Isle of Pines island life encourages you to unwind and enjoy all of its idyllic beauty. The Isle of Pines has a lot to offer: marvel at the piece of paradise at Oro’s natural swimming pool, this place is breathtakingly beautiful. Surrounded by tall pine trees and separated from the ocean thanks to a coral reef, this place is heavenly.
Another must-try is to eat the famous Isle of Pines Snails. The “bulimes” or “Escargots de l’Ile des Pins” are endemic to the Isle of Pines and live in the forest. They are farmed by the locals and are a delicacy that you can find in most of the restaurants on the island.
Le Meridien Ile Des Pins provides amazing location close to the natural pool, swim in a real life sized aquarium! Complimentary water activities such as pedalos, kayaks, stand up paddleboards and snorkelling.
Oure Tera Direct access to a beautiful beach and stunning lagoon for snorkelling The Beachfront Bungalow facing the lagoon Kanumera Restaurant offers island cuisine specialities including freshly caught fish and seafood and the famous Isle of Pines lobster.
To make this fabulous dream into a reality, book your Isle of Pines accommodation.