Polynesia is composed of several groups of islands. Tahiti is the most famous and populated of them. All of its islands have romantic sunsets, turquoise waters over the coral barriers of the islands and relax, much relaxation.

French Polynesia Information

Best time to go

The best time to go to Polynesia is in the “dry winter” (from May to October), in which rainfall is scarcely recorded, the air is drier and the temperatures cooler.


The best ways to travel from island to island are by plane or ferry.


The weather is temperate and the sea breeze cools the temperature. There are two seasons: the humid, from November to March, and the fresh and dry, from April to October.

To know before you go

It is essential to carry the electronic passport with a digital photograph, valid for at least 6 months after the date of return. Spanish citizens do not need a visa for stays of less than 3 months.


French is the official language, the Tahitian language is the most spoken by the native population of the islands and English is equally spoken in the tourist areas.


The current is 110 to 220 volts (alternative 60 periods) depending on the islands and types of accommodation.


The official currency is CFP Franc.