29 Sights in Saint-Denis, France (with Map and Images)

Here you can find interesting sights in Saint-Denis, France. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 29 sights are available in Saint-Denis, France.

List of cities in France Sightseeing Tours in Saint-Denis

1. Palais Rontaunay

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The Palais Rontaunay is a Creole villa in Saint-Denis, the capital of the island of Réunion, a French overseas department and region in the Indian Ocean. Located at the corner of rue Jean-Chatel and rue Rontaunay, which is part of the Barachois district, it was built in the early nineteenth century and has been listed in the supplementary inventory of historical monuments since June 26, 1997. It served for a long time as the seat of the General Council of Reunion before it moved to the district of La Source, where it still stands today. Then, in the 1980s, it also hosted the Regional Council of Reunion, which finally moved its headquarters to Moufia in 1991. The monument was ravaged by flames on January 18, 2019 around 4 p.m.

Wikipedia: Palais Rontaunay (FR)

2. Maison Carrère

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Maison Carrère is a Creole house on the island of Réunion, a French overseas department and region in the southwestern Indian Ocean. Located at No. 14, rue de Paris, in the city center of the town of Saint-Denis, this nineteenth-century hut is registered in its entirety in the supplementary inventory of historical monuments since October 22, 1998. Owned by CINOR since 2001, it houses the tourist office of the Beau Pays du Nord, which covers Saint-Denis, Sainte-Marie and Sainte-Suzanne. The building itself can be visited.

Wikipedia: Maison Carrère (FR)

3. Ancien parc d'artillerie et maison dite du commandant de gendarmerie

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The former artillery park and the so-called gendarmerie commander's house form remarkable former military buildings of Reunion Island, a French overseas department and region in the south-west Indian Ocean. Located in the district of Saint-Denis called Le Barachois, precisely at 2, rue Juliette-Dodu and 15, rue de Nice, they are listed together and in full in the supplementary inventory of Historic Monuments since February 16, 2006. This inscription covers the plate land, the fence walls and the entrance gate.

Wikipedia: Ancien parc d'artillerie (FR)

4. Hôtel de la Préfecture

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The Hôtel de préfecture de La Réunion is a public building on the island of Réunion. Located in Barachois, in Saint-Denis, it serves as the seat of the prefecture of Reunion and therefore as the residence of the prefect of Reunion. The facades and roofs have been classified as historical monuments since August 12, 1970, the rest of the hotel has been listed since February 9, 2006, making it the oldest listed building in Reunion Island with the Pointue chapel of Saint-Paul, classified the same day.

Wikipedia: Hôtel de préfecture de La Réunion (FR)

5. Ancien génie militaire et maison dite du Commandant d'Armes

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The former military engineer and the so-called Commander of Arms House form remarkable former military buildings of the island of Reunion, a French overseas department and region in the south-west Indian Ocean. Located in the district of Saint-Denis called Le Barachois, precisely at 3 and 8, rue Sarda Garriga, they are listed together in the supplementary inventory of Historic Monuments since April 3, 2007. This inscription covers the plate land, facades and roofs.

Wikipedia: Ancien génie militaire (FR)

6. Immeuble de la Poste

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Immeuble de la Poste Utilisateur : Bytwiny ; Architecte : Jean Bossu / CC BY-SA 4.0

La Poste Centrale de Saint-Denis is an important post office of the island of Reunion, department and region of French overseas in the southwest of the Indian Ocean. Located at the corner of the streets of Maréchal-Leclerc and Juliette-Dodu in the city center of Saint-Denis, the chief town, it was designed by the architect Jean Bossu. Built from 1963 to 1965, it served as a central post for the city. It has been registered historic monument since March 14, 2014.

Wikipedia: Poste centrale de Saint-Denis (FR)

7. Ancienne caserne d'artillerie abritant aujourd'hui Radio France Outremer (RFO)

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The former artillery barracks is a remarkable former military building on the island of Reunion. Located at 1, rue Jean-Chatel in the Barachois district of Saint-Denis, it has been registered in its entirety, including the land of plate, in the supplementary inventory of Historic Monuments since May 9, 2006. For a long time, and until its move to the Technopole de La Réunion, it hosted the regional headquarters of the Réseau Outre-Mer première.

Wikipedia: Ancienne caserne d'artillerie (FR)

8. Hôtel Joinville

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Hotel Joinville is a former hotel on the island of Reunion, French overseas department and region in the south-west Indian Ocean. Located in Le Barachois, in Saint-Denis, it now houses services of the prefecture of Reunion, whose headquarters are located in the nearby prefecture hotel. Property of the departmental council of Reunion since 1978, it is listed in the supplementary inventory of historical monuments since August 29, 1989.

Wikipedia: Hôtel Joinville (FR)

9. Les mausolées anglais et français

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The mausoleums of La Redoute are two obelisks on the island of Réunion, a French overseas department and region in the southwestern Indian Ocean. Located in Saint-Denis in the district of La Redoute, they commemorate the fighting that took place around during the capture of the island by the British in 1810. They have been registered in full in the supplementary inventory of Historic Monuments since 3 April 2007.

Wikipedia: Mausolées de La Redoute (FR)

10. Maison

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The Maison des notaires is a commercial building on the island of Reunion, a French overseas department and region in the southwestern Indian Ocean. Located in the city center of Saint-Denis at the crossroads of La Bourdonnais and Jean-Chatel streets, it has been listed in the supplementary inventory of historical monuments since March 29, 1996. The building currently houses a branch of the BRED Banque Populaire.

Wikipedia: Maison des notaires (FR)

11. Pavillon Badat

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The Badat Pavilion is a commercial building on the island of Reunion, a French overseas department and region in the southwestern Indian Ocean. Located in the city center of Saint-Denis at the intersection of the streets of Paris and Maréchal-Leclerc, it once formed the same property with the villa Déramond-Barre. It has been listed in the supplementary inventory of Historic Monuments since 4 April 1993.

Wikipedia: Pavillon Badat (FR)

12. Immeuble construit par Jean Bossu

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The Ah-Sing building is an apartment building with office and commercial facilities on the French overseas province of Reunion in the southwest Indian Ocean. It is located at the corner of F é lix Guyon Street and Mar é chal-Leclerc Street in Saint-Denis and was designed by architect Jean Bossu. Since August 26, 2011, it has been included in the supplementary list of historical sites.

Wikipedia: Immeuble Ah-Sing (FR)

13. Résidence du premier président de la cour d'appel (Villa Lenoir)

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The House of the First President of the Court of Appeal is a remarkable house on the island of Reunion, a French overseas department and region in the southwestern Indian Ocean. Located in downtown Saint-Denis at number 140 rue Juliette-Dodu, it had belonged to the Ministry of Justice since 1963. It is partly classified and partly listed as a historic monument since 30 May 1984.

Wikipedia: Maison du Premier président de la cour d'appel (FR)

14. Statue de François Mahé de La Bourdonnais

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The statue of François Mahé de La Bourdonnais is a monumental statue on the island of Réunion, a French overseas department in the southwestern Indian Ocean. Located in Barachois, it represents, as its name suggests, Bertrand-François Mahé de La Bourdonnais. It has been registered in its entirety in the supplementary inventory of Historic Monuments since 14 August 2000.

Wikipedia: Statue de François Mahé de La Bourdonnais (FR)

15. Maison Kalidas

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The Bank House of Reunion, or Calidas House, is an eye-catching house in the French overseas province and territory of Reunion in the southwest Indian Ocean. It is located in the centre of Saint-Denis, 37 Rue de Paris, and since 14 August 2000 all buildings including the Gate, Getaly and Plate Yard have been included in the supplementary list of historic monuments.

Wikipedia: Maison de la Banque de La Réunion (FR)

16. La Redoute

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The redoubt is a remarkable ancient redoubt of the island of Reunion, French overseas department and region in the southwest Indian Ocean. Located in the district of Saint-Denis called La Redoute, it is registered in its entirety, including its surrounding wall and its plate land, in the supplementary inventory of Historic Monuments since April 3, 2007.

Wikipedia: Redoute (bâtiment de Saint-Denis) (FR)

17. Hôtel de ville

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The Hôtel de Ville de Saint-Denis is a building on the rue de Paris that serves as a town hall in Saint-Denis de La Réunion. Recently restored, it once again hosts part of the activity of the town hall. Begun in 1846, the building was delivered on April 21, 1860. It has been classified as a historic monument in its entirety since October 13, 1975.

Wikipedia: Hôtel de ville de Saint-Denis (FR)

18. Grand Marché

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Saint-Denis Grand Market is a handicraft market on the French island of Reunion, a French overseas department and territory located in the southwest Indian Ocean. It is located at 2 Mar é chal-Leclerc Street in the centre of the town of Saint-Denis and has been fully included in the supplementary list of historical sites since 21 August 1997.

Wikipedia: Grand marché de Saint-Denis (FR)

19. Pensionnat de l'Immaculée Conception

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The Pensionnat de l'Immaculée-Conception is a former Roman Catholic boarding school on the island of Réunion, a French overseas department and region in the southwestern Indian Ocean. Located in Saint-Denis on land overlooking the rue de Paris, it is listed in the supplementary inventory of historical monuments since February 2, 1993.

Wikipedia: Pensionnat de l'Immaculée Conception (FR)

20. Maison Macé

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The Maison Macé, also called Villa Macé or Villa Bulle de Bois, is a remarkable house on Reunion Island, a French overseas department and region in the southwestern Indian Ocean. Located in downtown Saint-Denis at number 40 rue Pasteur, it has been listed in the supplementary inventory of historical monuments since April 2, 1993.

Wikipedia: Maison Macé (FR)

21. Maison

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The Maison Tessier, or Maison Dumesnil, is a remarkable house on the island of Réunion, a French overseas department and region in the southwestern Indian Ocean. Located in downtown Saint-Denis at number 44 rue Jean-Chatel, it has been listed in the supplementary inventory of historical monuments since March 29, 1996.

Wikipedia: Maison Tessier (FR)

22. Maison Kichenin

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The Kichenin house is a remarkable house on the island of Reunion, department and region of French overseas in the southwest of the Indian Ocean. Located in the city center of Saint-Denis at number 42 rue La Bourdonnais, it has been registered in the additional inventory of historic monuments since December 28, 1984.

Wikipedia: Maison Kichenin (FR)

23. Villa Fock-Yee

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The Fock-Yee House is an outstanding house in the French Overseas Departments and Territories on the island of Reunion in the southwest Indian Ocean. It is located at 41 La Bourdonnais Street in the centre of Saint-Denis and has been included in the supplementary list of historic sites since June 6, 1988.

Wikipedia: Maison Fock-Yee (FR)

24. Maison Timol

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The Timol house is a remarkable house on the island of Reunion, French overseas department and region in the southwest Indian Ocean. Located in the city center of Saint-Denis at number 32 rue de Paris, it has been listed in the supplementary inventory of historical monuments since September 11, 1990.

Wikipedia: Maison Timol (FR)

25. Villa Repiquet

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The Repiquet house is a remarkable house on the island of Reunion, French overseas department and region in the southwest Indian Ocean. Located in the city center of Saint-Denis at number 25 rue de Paris, it has been listed in the supplementary inventory of historical monuments since August 7, 1990.

Wikipedia: Maison Repiquet (FR)

26. Anciens magasins Aubinay

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Aubinais Shop is a commercial building in the French overseas province of Reunion Island in the southwest Indian Ocean. It is located at 37 Jean-Chatel Street in the centre of Saint-Denis and has been included in the supplementary list of historical monuments since 25 March 1994.

Wikipedia: Magasin Aubinais (FR)

27. Maison Turquet

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The Turquet house is a remarkable house on the island of Reunion, a French overseas department in the southwest of the Indian Ocean. Located in the city center of Saint-Denis at 40, rue Roland-Garros, it has been registered in historic monuments since January 26, 2012.

Wikipedia: Maison Turquet (FR)

28. Maison Géry

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Maison Géry is a remarkable house on the island of Reunion, a French overseas department in the south-west Indian Ocean. Located in downtown Saint-Denis at 23, rue Sainte-Anne, it has been listed as a Historic Monument since January 26, 2012.

Wikipedia: Maison Géry (FR)

29. Propriété Ponama

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The Ponama House is an outstanding house in the French Overseas Departments and Territories on the island of Reunion in the southwest Indian Ocean. It is located at 2 Roland-Garros Street in the center of Saint-Denis

Wikipedia: Maison Ponama (FR)

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