A charming village on the north-east side of Réunion, Sainte-Suzanne is remarkable for having the island's last remaining lighthouse. A listed Historic Monument, the Sainte-Suzanne lighthouse, built in 1845 on Bel-Air headland, provided a reference point for sailors heading for Saint-Denis harbour. Its building was once used as a function hall and is nowadays a centre for temporary exhibitions. Just down from the Bel-Air lighthouse, walkers in search of rest and recuperation can treat themselves to an invigorating walk along the Indian Ocean, by taking the coastal path to Sainte-Marie.
Famous natural sites, like the splendid Niagara waterfall and its pleasant pool offering wonderful swimming opportunities, or the Bassin Boeuf waterfall surrounded by greenery, ideal for canyoning along the River Sainte-Suzanne, further add to the appeal of the area.