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Îlet à Aigrettes
Islet in Sainte-Anne
Warning: Unsecured hours
The Ilet à Aigrettes is an uninhabited and flat islet, it extends over 200 meters in length. It owes its name to the colonies of seabirds and egrets that nest there.
The islet is part of the natural reserve of the islets of Sainte-Anne. It is an important area for the nesting of migratory and sedentary seabirds: such as the Bridled Tern or the Sooty Tern.
It is possible to approach the islet without visiting it.
Professionals offer excursions to the Baie des Anglais and the islets of Sainte-Anne.
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