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Amédée Lighthouse

Historic site and monument, Engineering structure, Headlight, 19th C in Nouméa
  • Located about 40 minutes by boat from Nouméa, Amédée Island is more commonly called Phare Amédée (Amédée Lighthouse) by New Caledonians.

  • The lighthouse is the enduring symbol of this place, and many special events are held here. The site is incredible and climbing the lighthouse is highly recommended! When you finally reach the top of the 247 cast iron steps, the panorama is simply breathtaking. You’ll have a magical view of the turquoise waters of the lagoon, the great reef and the mountainous landscape of Grande Terre. A must!
  • Environment
    • Panoramic view
    • Sea view
    • Beach within 300 m
  • Spoken languages
    • French
  • Equipment
    • Public WC
    • Picnic area
    • Toilets
  • Services
    • Restaurant
    • Tour free of charge
    • Fast food
  • All year 2024
    Open Everyday
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