Cotes de Fer, an administrative district in Haiti
Côtes-de-Fer, known by the creole name, Kòt Defè is an administrative district inhabited by some tens of thousands of people. In 2003 the population was counted as over 33,000; that number has since risen by an additional almost 40,000 by some tellings. It is a coastal town 20 meters or 70 feet above sea level and boasts one of the most famous coastlines for fishing in all of Haiti. It is in the south-east department of Haiti in the Bainet Arrondissement.