11 km long and 3 km wide, Boulay Island is the main of a string of islands in the Aegean lagoon, close to the autonomous port and the Atlantic Ocean. It is said to have been named after a companion of Lieutenant Cormet, who explored the lagoon at the end of the 19th century or, depending on the version, the patronymic name of a former settler who had a plantation there.Attached to the municipality of Yopougon, the archipelago to which it belongs consists of thirteen islands, mostly sparsely populated and devoid of telephone lines and even running water for some, which are home to fishing villages (Ossibissa, Baoulékro, N'Zimakro, Johnnykro...) having preserved their architectural and social authenticity. Very popular resort in Abidjanese due to its relative isolation and proximity to the city, it is characterized by a still preserved nature, natural sites of great beauty (Bakré Lake, mangrove forest, coconut groves, snake island...) and its famous "Bay of billionaires", much likened to a local Beverly Hills where, in a lush vegetation of multicolored hibiscus and tropical trees, sumptuous mansions rival charm and elegance.

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