Covering no less than 23,000 square kilometres, the lagoon of New Caledonia, listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, boasts of the double privilege of being the finest and the largest in the world.
From one corner of the archipelago to the other, the southern lagoon is dotted with islands, which are all dream stopovers for amateur sailors. The islets round or long, all seem spread on top of the turquoise lagoon. To navigate from one to the other and to anchor at sunset is to embrace, all the world’s beauty in one glance.
Thanks to the shuttles and taxi boats, you can also play Robinson Crusoe on these sand islets or take an exotic trip to Phare Amédée (Lighthouse), or leaving from Noumea, lazing in l’îlot Canard (Duck Island).