Former capital of the island, Saint-Pierre was nicknamed the 'Petit Paris', the 'Paris des Isles' or the 'Pearl of the Antilles' when it was destroyed by the volcanic eruption of Mount Pelee in 1902.
Located in the heart of Saint-Pierre, the house, built on the ruins of an old Creole house destroyed by the volcanic eruption, was completely renovated in 2013. Its traditional architecture particularly seduces with its internal garden, its fresh water basin and its kitchen separated from the house.
Although located in a quiet and quiet street, the house is in the city center, 5 minutes walk from the sea, the Cathedral and the first shops, and 15 minutes walk from the ferry and bus stations.
In addition to visiting its famous ruins, Saint-Pierre offers a wide range of activities due to its exceptional geographical position between the Caribbean Sea and the volcano of Mount Pelee: hiking in the forest or on the volcano, river baths with falls water, visits to historical or geological museums, scuba diving, fishing, trolling or underwater, swimming on one of the many beaches of the Caribbean coast and in particular that of Anse Turin , probably the most beautiful beach in the north of the island (5 minutes drive from the house), visiting distilleries (Depaz, Neisson) and Creole houses, etc.