A historic site relating slavery with great french architecture of the 18th century
Island located 2 kilometres (1.1 nmi; 1.2 mi) at sea from the main harbor of Dakar. It's famous as a destination for people interested in the Atlantic slave trade.
“Pour son piano-bar. Ecouter et regarder jouer des musiciens talentueux: jazz, salsa, mbalax, afrobeat,etc.”
Point of Interest
“Monumental bronze structure on the second hill of Mamelles inaugurated in 2010, 52 meters high and made of copper. It is accessed by a grand staircase of 198 steps. The visit allows to climb in the head of the man and to benefit from an impregnable view on Dakar.”
“Permanent and temporary exhibitions present local or foreign contemporary art.”