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Îlot Charron

in Mont-Dore

  • Fall under the spell of one the desert islands in New Caledonia’s Great South and spend some quality time feeling like the only person in the world, just a few minutes from Nouméa on the outskirts of Mont-Dore.

  • Located south-west of La Corniche off Route de la Corniche and just after the must-visit Bailly Island, this little desert island is one of the best in the region.
    You will appreciate the gentle way of life on this pristine, unspoiled site—you can visit for a day or camp here for a weekend à la Robinson Crusoe. Whether you prefer lounging around in the sun or lazing around in the water, you’ll be in your element on this pure white sand beach with its stunning view of the UNESCO World...
    Located south-west of La Corniche off Route de la Corniche and just after the must-visit Bailly Island, this little desert island is one of the best in the region.
    You will appreciate the gentle way of life on this pristine, unspoiled site—you can visit for a day or camp here for a weekend à la Robinson Crusoe. Whether you prefer lounging around in the sun or lazing around in the water, you’ll be in your element on this pure white sand beach with its stunning view of the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Great Southern Lagoon.

    You can take a picnic, camp there for a few days or enjoy a full day of R&R with your family or friends. Or why not visit as a couple and enjoy a romantic escape to a desert island with just the sun, sea and sand for company? What more could you ask for?
    *Boat operators will be happy to take you there from Baie de la Somme or from the Vallon Dore boat ramp (see below for service providers).
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Openings

Openings

  • All year
    Opened Everyday
  • * Subject to favorable weather