Jacmel’s historic center comprises beautiful gingerbread style private homes and commercial buildings, brandishing their original balconies and arcades (built in the early 20th century for the most part). This city center offers rare architectural harmony and a well-preserved glimpse of the past. It sets the scene for rich immaterial heritage characterized by celebrations, festivals, and arts and crafts exhibits that animate the city throughout the year. Jacmel offers breathtaking views. The unparalleled atmosphere offered by her annual Carnival is notorious within Haiti and the Caribbean region. Ti Mouillage is one of Jacmel’s most beautiful beaches. Her striking landscape lined with coconut trees set against a background of towering mountains have made it a popular Haiti destination for both locals and tourists.