The town of Moule is located on the east coast of Grande Terre, facing the Atlantic Ocean.
This area was occupied by Amerindian civilizations five centuries ago (Native American site of Morel to see). In the 17th century, it was the estate of sugarcane and the sugar industry (the remains of Moulins, the Damoiseau distillery and the Gardel factory). The name of the commune, Le Moule, comes from the deformation of the word "mole", the jetty.
The town of Le Moule has several large white sandy beaches: l'Autre bord - La Baie - Anse Conchou (beach of surfers) - Porte d'Enfer - Anse Salabouelle - Anse Marguerite. All Grande Terre beaches are white sandy beaches.
Le Moule also has a mangrove, place of refuge and reproduction of the fauna. You can go canoeing kayak (kayak club next to the bridge).