A complete change of scenery in the far north of New Caledonia

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A complete change of scenery in the far north of New Caledonia

Famous for its table d'hôte, white sand, salt marshes and the wild horses roaming the surrounding countryside, the Relais de Poingam is a chance to get away from it all!

The Relais de Poingam sits in the far north of New Caledonia, right on the tip of Grande Terre. A few rustic chalets and a campsite look out over the sea. Every morning, guests are greeted by the hoofbeats of galloping wild horses. The relaxing allure of the pool, filled with water from the lagoon, is hard to resist as a perfect way to spend the day. More active types will love the walking trails around the lodge, and the beach – perfect for kitesurfing. If you're keen to explore the north of the island then a visit to the salt marshes is a must, where you can sit back and relax in a revitalising mud bath.
But the best bit about the Relais de Poingam is undoubtedly its table d'hôte. The dinner bell sounds at 8 o'clock, and guests are invited to enjoy clam carpaccio, salt-baked fish, and grilled venison, lobster, or cassava. The chefs celebrate local produce, and local women provide top-quality service.

Relais de Poingam
Poum

Tel : +687 47 92 12

www.relais-poingam.nc

Menu: around 3,500 XPF