Lékiny Bay

Bay in Ouvéa
  • Lékiny Bay, a beautiful, well-sheltered body of water with unique colours, is a customary fishing reserve for the people of the Fayawa tribal village, a small island located in the bay.

  • Protected from the prevailing winds by the cliffs of Lékiny, and closed on the northwest by the bridge of Mouli, this body of water shelters a rich and varied assortment of marine fauna: multi-coloured fish, turtles, manta rays, barracudas etc. Designated as a natural and also traditional reserve, swimming in the bay of Lékiny is forbidden, but it remains a feast for the eyes.
  • Spoken languages
    • French
  • All year 2024
    Open Everyday
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