List of cities in Réunion

The following is a list of the 24 communes of the Réunion overseas department of France.

(CAS) Communauté d'agglomération CIVIS, created in 2003
(CAE) Communauté d'agglomération de l'Est de la Réunion, created in 2002
(CAN) Communauté d'agglomération Intercommunale du Nord de la Réunion, created in 2001
(CAO) Communauté d'agglomération Territoire de la Côte Ouest, created in 2002
(CCS) Communauté d'agglomération Communauté de communes du sud, created in 1997

INSEE code Postal code Commune name Year of creation
97401 97425 Les Avirons (CAS) 1894
97402 97412 Bras-Panon (CAE) 1882
97424 97413 Cilaos (CAS) 1965
97403 97414 Entre-Deux (CCS) 1882
97404 97427 L'Étang-Salé (CCS) 1894
97405 97429 Petite-Île (CAS) 1935
97406 97431 La Plaine-des-Palmistes(CAE) 1899
97407 97420 Le Port (CAO) 1895
97408 97419 La Possession (CAO) 1890
97409 97440 Saint-André (CAE) 1741
97410 97470 Saint-Benoît (CAE) 1733
97411 97400 Saint-Denis (CAN) 1689
97418 97438 Sainte-Marie (CAN) 1737
97419 97439 Sainte-Rose (CAE) 1790
97420 97441 Sainte-Suzanne (CAN) 1704
97412 97480 Saint-Joseph (CCS) 1875
97413 97416 Saint-Leu (CAO) 1790
97414 97421 Saint-Louis (CAS) 1768
97415 97428 Saint-Paul (CAO) 1663
97417 97442 Saint-Philippe 1830
97416 97410 Saint-Pierre (CAS) 1735
97421 97433 Salazie (CAE) 1899
97422 97418 Le Tampon (CCS) 1925
97423 97426 Trois-Bassins (CAO) 1897

External links

  • Administrative map of Réunion

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