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All reviews nice beaches pointe du minute ferry ride cruise ship fort de france car hire souvenir shops large beach us dollars the main road lots of restaurants anse mitan water taxi ice cream resort creole bays
Not a very large beach here but very reach in fish for snorkeling. The village close by has good souvenir shopping and some best known restaurants of Martinique.
If you come on a cruise this is the best option you have for a good beach...More
My husband and I spent the day at this little beach. We were here on a cruise and took the water taxi over. Cost $9 us dollars pp. You really should speak some French bc we were planning on going to another beach but couldn't...More
Easily accessible on the bay ferry, marina with numerous diving trip boats, restaurants, small supermarket, creole village shops, car hire, an array of sheltered bay beaches, a good cheap option for the cruise passengers, large Tui resort on the end.
We docked on our cruise ship on Martinique & while walking along the quayside spied the water taxis. For $7 a person you could have a 20 minute return boat trip to Pointe Du Bout, where there were beaches.
This was the best last minute...More
This is probably the best area for nightlife in Martinique packing a multitude of bars, restaurants and nightlife that gives also additional value to the neighboring hotels as a possibility to walk for dinner is a nice advantage in a rhum island.
I definitely recommend...More
It's a 16 minute ferry ride over to Pointe de Bout. After getting off the ferry, follow the deck and turn right onto the street. Cross the street and follow the path to the beach. It's a super easy walk and very quick.
From Ainse Mitan go left on the main road and walk for 10 to 15 minutes. The Creole Village has numerous clothing, food, and gift shops. Ditto for the marina area where the ferry docks. Go left on the dirt road that leads to the...More
Our cruise ship wound up docking at the Fort de France pier instead of anchoring off of Anse Mitan. I had wanted to go to Anse Noir, but with the change of plans I had to improvise. From Fort de France, the water taxi is...More