The Lagune Ebrie is a 60 mile long stretch of water in the southern part of Ivory Coast, which lies separates the mainland of the country from a narrow strip of land. This strip is one of the country's foremost tourist destinations, featuring gorgeous beaches and atmospheric towns like Grand Bassam.
The lagoon borders on some of the leading attractions in the Ivory Coast. At the far eastern end lies Abidjan, the country's largest city and one of Africa's most exciting urban areas. The attractive colonial cities of Grand Bassam and Bingerville lie to the south, making the Lagune Ebrie a wonderful destination for history lovers.