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Great little beach, church nice but a little too man-made in comparison to some other places in the area. Impossible to find a bar willing to do an aperitif, just expensive drink yes but nothing else! Stayed only half hour before heading off to friendlier...More
Loved our visit here today. We got chairs under a huge tree in front of the restaurant Coco Tropical. Chairs were $10 euro each and with lunch/cocktails we ended the day around 5p spending about $70 euro. People were in the water snorkeling and the...More
The north end of the beach has rocks and a small private pier where colorful fish of all sorts congregate. Otherwise, this beach is very calm with no surf -- good for small children and adults who don't want any waves. The shade is limited...More
Next time, I will bring a chair and a book and sit on the pier and take it all in for 1/2 a day.....it is just so pretty.
It is like the last scene in the movie, when the story has all been told, and...More
You can't go wrong to beach hop from one to another. All the beaches in Martinique somehow have something different about them and all worth visiting. We were able to enjoy the beach as almost a private beach as June is a slow time of...More
We were here on a Sunday and it was extremely crowded - people of all ages, tourists, locals. This is located right in the heart of the town of Les Anses d'Arlet - which is adorable and colorful. We took great photos here of both...More
The beach is great, but a bit crowded. We did find shade though and had a wonderful day floating and swimming. Great for snorkeling - bring your own snorkel mask etc, there is no where to rent them. A very short swim from the beach...More