Jardin botanique de Deshaies
Bourse des Vols
Beauport new
Paradoxe
Autolagon

Ouatibi Tibi Park

Park - Le Moule

In the hamlet of Morel, Parc Ouatibi-Tibi (which means “frog” in the native Caribbean language) is a place for strolling and relaxation at one of the largest archaeological sites in the Caribbean region. Amerindians were present here for over 1,000 years. The archaeological digs of the 1950s brought many archaeological treasures to light, now displayed at the Edgar Clerc Museum. The park contains a few sculptures inspired by those First Nations. Alizés Beach is nearby, as well as a multi-purpose outdoor exercise park.

City of Le Moule, Ouatibi Tibi Park, a place for walking
City of Le Moule, Ouatibi Tibi Park, a place for walking
Ouatibi Tibi Park - Le Moule. We combine sport, art and culture
Ouatibi Tibi Park - Le Moule. We combine sport, art and culture
Ouatibi Tibi Park. Promotion of the former Native American presence
Ouatibi Tibi Park. Promotion of the former Native American presence
To practice along the Alizés beach: a privilege
To practice along the Alizés beach: a privilege
Les Heures Saines
Stand Up Paddle
Randonnée quad

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