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N'Gouja - Mayotte
Africa

La plage de N’Gouja est la plus célèbre de toute l’île... Et, si on s’y rend en semaine, la plus belle car la nature reprend ses droits, dans le calme.  Y passer toute une journée est un « incontournable » de tout séjour à Mayotte. Et si nager avec les tortues et s’allonger sur le sable clair, sous les baobabs, sont déjà un ravissement, ce ne sont pas les seuls plaisirs de ce petit paradis situé à l’extrême sud-ouest de « l’île au lagon ».

La plage de N’Gouja étale son sable clair le long d’une grande anse très légèrement incurvée, située sur la commune de Kani-Kéli. Une petite dizaine d’immenses baobabs, plantés majestueusement sur le sable, émergent de la végétation tropicale qui la borde. La clarté du sable donne à l’océan une magnifique couleur qui oscille entre le turquoise et le jade. Le long ponton en bois qui s’avance dans l’Océan, terminé par un faré, est le lieu le plus célèbre de toute l’île de Mayotte : il figure sur de nombreuses cartes postales.

(from : http://www.ilemayotte.com)

Copyright: Romain Calvetti
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Tags: mayotte; ponton; sea; sunset; beach; ocean
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