The French painter Paul Gauguin set sail for Polynesia in 1891, in an attempt to flee from European civilisation and from all that was artificial and conventional. Seduced by its inhabitants, the landscapes and the nature he saw around him, he decided to spend the rest of his life there.
More than a century later, the collection of islands and atolls that form French Polynesia continues to fascinate travellers who, in this remote point of the planet, claim to have found paradise.
Deserted beaches of white and fine sand as far as the eye can see, beautiful spots full of lush vegetation and soaring peaks surrounded by turquoise lagoons make up the unforgettable landscape of Polynesia. It is an ideal destination for scuba diving, horseback riding, cycling or just losing yourself in the crystal waters of this incredible paradise.