Corossol Village

When you enter Corossol via the narrow road which passes through it, it feels as if the typical old wooden cabins and trees are leaning towards the visitor who has strayed there, enchanted by its very distinctive atmosphere.

Although the street comes to an end at the beach, Corossol is not really a dead end and invites you, on the contrary, to take to the water. The village is full of fishing traditions and history, some of which date back to the settlers from Saintes in the last century.

There is also a surprising and unexpected international shell museum, a little chapel and the stalls belonging to the women who weave latan palm leaves. Their painstaking work preserves this endangered cultural and craft heritage and provides an opportunity to take home baskets, fans or hats as a souvenir of this timeless trip.

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