To learn more about the fruits of Reunion Island, get started in agrotourism and visit plantations. You will have the opportunity to learn more about the cultivation of tropical fruits and their season. Go to the island's markets and stock up on Reunion fruit. The Victoria pineapple, the first exotic fruit to win the red label, will delight your taste buds with a subtle balance of sugar and acidity. The José mango from Reunion Island will go perfectly with the sweet or savory recipes of the Reunionese gastronomy. Having trouble making your choice? Stop at the stands for fresh fruit cocktails. You will taste coconut, passion fruit, lychee, guava, bibasse or even tangor also called the pei orange.