Mauritius i Reunion mapa turystyczna 1:80 000 ITMB
The Indian Ocean island of La Reunion is regarded as a part of France, which is a polite way of saying it is a colonial remnant of the former French empire that still occupies bits and pieces of the Caribbean and the Indian Ocean. The main town and only airport is at St-Denis, on the north coast; however, the island's main harbour is simply called Le Port, on the west coast. Most of the beaches are along the south coast. The road network is well-developed, with a circular highway more-or-less following the coastline around the edge of the island and a cross-island route bisecting the eastern third, between the towns of Sainte-Pierre and Saint-Benoit. Tourism is now the island's major source of revenue after sugar exports, and hotels, resorts, and Oceanside resorts, hotels, and B&Bs abound.
|Rodzaj produktu||mapa turystyczna|
|Wymiary / mm||100 x 245|
|Waga / gr||100|