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Plage de la Roche Percée

in Bourail
  • Anyone who loves surfing and beautiful scenery will be wowed by this iconic New Caledonian beach!

  • Located just to the left of the famous “Bonhomme de Bourail” rock formation, La Roche Percée beach is one of the region’s must-see attractions. It is 3 kilometres long and made of volcanic sand from Vanuatu. You can swim (look out for the swell), surf or watch the waves breaking on the beach with the “bonhomme” in the background. You might even get the chance to see loggerhead turtles laying their eggs here between November and February. It's a very pleasant place popular with photographers,...
    Located just to the left of the famous “Bonhomme de Bourail” rock formation, La Roche Percée beach is one of the region’s must-see attractions. It is 3 kilometres long and made of volcanic sand from Vanuatu. You can swim (look out for the swell), surf or watch the waves breaking on the beach with the “bonhomme” in the background. You might even get the chance to see loggerhead turtles laying their eggs here between November and February. It's a very pleasant place popular with photographers, especially at sunset when the light and landscape are truly magnificent.
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