This is the agritourism capital of the island, meaning, it has fresh produce to consume, gorgeous gardens to tour, and an exciting snippet into the nation island’s food, spice and heritage. This is one of the oldest surviving estates on the island and dates back to the 1720s during the beginning era of the French settlement. This is said to be the “best preserved example of plantation architecture” on the island due to its landscape of a mansion, processing areas for coffee, sugar and cocoa and gardens.
There are two tours available during October to May with limited tours in September. There is a chocolate your and a heritage tour, both lasting two hours and very relaxing.