Îlet Oscar: the feeling of being a castaway on one's own island

Îlet Oscar: the feeling of being a castaway on one's own island

Playing Robinson Crusoe is fun – but doing it while enjoying refined, eco-friendly comfort is even better.

This is a unique place where you can make time stand still with a fabulous getaway: imagine an authentic wooden Creole house, alone on a tiny islet. Better yet, this house, listed as a historical monument, has only four rooms, all facing the sea, each with a private bathroom.

Getting there is simple: when you arrive in François, a fisherman welcomes you aboard his skiff. Along the way he tells you the story of the house. Originally built in the 19th century on a neighbouring islet, the owner lost it in a card game. After being dismantled, it was rebuilt on Oscar Islet and reopened in 1935. It has retained the character of its time, along with some beautiful antique furniture, but it has also gained in comfort.

Environmental concerns are at the fore with regular use of solar panels and water heaters, wastewater treatment and rainwater tanks. Robinson Crusoe's dream paradise, indeed…and eco-friendly, too.

La Maison de l'Îlet Oscar
Îlet Oscar
BP 12 Les Fonds Blancs
97240 Le François

+596 (0)6 96 45 33 30


Rooms: from 220 EUR