Visiter un coin de paradis

Découvrez les îles avec des experts qui les aiment et les respectent

Visit the islands

Let you guide by eco-friendly providers and share their experience and passion for islands.

We suggest you a selection of eco-friendly accommodations, boat rentals, water sports,
cultural events, restaurants, guest tables and tips
to organize your stay on the island of your dreams.


All contacts are selected according to EnezGreen criterias
inspired by our experience and sustainable development principles.

Tahiti et ses îles @Hervé Bré

Tahiti and its islands

This is the most famous...

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champagne bay La Dominique @ Hervé Bré Enezgreen


Dominica is an island...

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Ile de Bréhat , la Corderie, Mooring area for sailing boats since centuries

Ile de Bréhat

Located in northern...

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Coin de Mire île Maurice @ Laetitia Scuiller EnezGreen


Situated in the...

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Ouessant @ Laetitia Scuiller


Ouessant emerges from...

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Sainte Lucia Laetitia Scuiller@


As a reflection of its...

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St Barth @Hervé Bré


St Barthelemy is a small...

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Carnaval Cayman islands @ Hervé Bré EnezGreen

Caymans islands

The Cayman Islands are a...

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Baleine à bosse Nouvelle Calédonie baie de Prony @ Hervé Bré

New Caledonia

The French Pacific Ocean...

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Cetaceans culture and complex behaviors

Cultures and Advanced Behaviors of Dolphins and Whales

Chili stops a $ 2.5 billions mining project

A $ 2.5 billions mining project refused by the Chilean gouvernment because not enough environment

First 100% alternative energy during the last Vendée Globe with Conrad Colman

Conrad Colman, a young American native of New Zealand and living in Brittany.

New Caledonia: inventory of unknown biodiversity

An inventory of Caledonian biodiversity is being conducted by the National Museum of Natural History (MNHN) and the NGO International Pro-Natura within The Revisited Planet's program. If the archipelago is known for having the highest levels of endemism in the world, small animals remains unknown. During two years scientists will crisscross forests, rivers, mountains and seabed to discover new species.

Ouessant put on agricultural recovery in the fight against wasteland

Ouessant and Armorique Regional Park are launching a call for candidates within the development of innovative and eco-friendly agricultural projects. Farming will help to revitalize and highlight the island while generating employment opportunities and mixing tourism local products development.

Atlantic: draft of whale sanctuary scuddled

At the 66th meeting of the International Whaling Commission held currently in Slovenia, pro-whaling countries have again scuttled a whale sanctuary's proposal in South Atlantic. A disappointing sign of the continued political influence of Japan that pursues commercial whaling under the guise of so called scientific research.

Saguenay-Saint-Laurent Park : whale watching strengthened rules

The many users of the Saguenay St. Laurent Marine Park will have to respect new rules from January 2017. The new measures include the prohibition of jet skis and other motorized pleasure craft and the strengthening of behaviour in the presence of endangered species, such as beluga whales in the St. Laurent.

TripAdvisor boycotts attractions with wild animals

Tourist activities where tourists come in physical contact with captive wild animals or endangered species are becoming "has been" thanks to Tripadvisor. Highly influential, the world's largest travel site announced it stops selling tickets for these activities and intends to launch an educational website dedicated to tourism with animals.

Moorea: the biophonie, a persuasive tool for underwater monitoring

Following four months of records, scientists from Island Research Centre and Environment Observatory (Criobe) in Moorea demonstrated that underwater acoustics is very efficient to identify healthy environment and that marine protected areas are effective. A monitoring has been conducted in four MPAs of the island and four non-protected areas, and has clearly helped to differentiate the two.

Scotland: the largest protection area for porpoises in Europe

The Scottish Government has confirmed the creation of a Special Area of Conservation (SAC) of 13,540 km2 in the Hebrides for the harbor porpoise (Phocoena phocoena) which is a protected species. If porpoises are still the most common cetaceans in European waters and around the UK, their numbers tend to decline because of marine pollution and drowning related incidental catches.