The capital of New Caledonia is Nouméa, a port city with a diverse population of around 100,000 inhabitants and buildings that reflect its colonial history.
Just 4 km from the city centre, Nouméa Magenta Airport is the domestic airport that serves Nouméa, while La Tontouta is the main international airport on New Caledonia. Despite being one of the most westernised capitals of the Pacific Islands, Nouméa is still being discovered as a tourist destination. The first step could be watching the live beach cams.
Aquarium des Lagons, the Museum of New Caledonia, Anse Vata Bay, the Tjibaou Cultural Centre, the Maritime History Museum, Michel Corbasson Zoological and Forest Park, as well as the City of Nouméa Museum are a few main attractions you can visit in this city.