- See also Port-Salut cheese.
Sunset on the beach in Port Salut
Port-Salut is a coastal town in the Sud Department of Haiti and the hometown of Haiti's deposed president, Jean-Bertrand Aristide who was born there in 1953. Port-Salut is a popular destination for local Haitians as well as tourists to a certain degree seeking relaxation and tranquility due to the beautiful beaches that the town is surrounded by. The area has yet to be discovered on a mainstream tourist level. With proper management and investment, Port-Salut could become a major tourist destination in Haiti[original research?], a country whose tourism industry, full of potential, has been struggling for decades.
- ↑ "Jean-Bertrand Aristide". Encyclopedia Britannica. Retrieved 2007-07-02.
Coordinates: 18°4′N 73°55′W / 18.067°N 73.917°W
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