I got an invitation of my roommate (Wellington NZ) family to visit them at Neumea and they took me to see the first attraction in this capital.
"Le Phare Amédée" is an iron lighthouse located on Amédée Island, 24 km away from Nouméa, New Caledonia, was constructed on this island by a mixed team of French soldiers and local workers, later to be a major naval architect both for France and for Japan. It was lit for the first time on 15 November 1865.
Try the glass bottom boat is very interesting if you coming with kids.
Also you can have a tasty lunch and amazing view.
A bien tot Nouvelle-Calédonie était très bon pour pratiquer mon Français rouillé.
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