The name of the flower-decked village of L'Entre-Deux comes from the fact that it is nestled between the arms of the Plaine and Cilaos, overlooking the mouth of the St Étienne River. Settled from the 18C, the town still has much of its charm of old. Just stroll randomly around the streets and you will come across gorgeous Creole houses. Today, sugarcane is one of the region's main resources, along with vegetable crops and tourism. L'Entre-Deux is also renowned for its arts and crafts.