Plage de l'Anse Grosse Roche Traces des caps Vauclin Martinique
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The most beautiful Beaches, Atlantic sidefrom North to South

Top beaches, Atlantic side of Martinique

From north to south, the beaches of the Atlantic present multiple faces. Sometimes calm, sometimes agitated, they are all beaches with strong personalities, conducive to board sports.

Sinaï Beach

Little frequented by tourists, this small black sand beach is at the northern end of the island, it is the last one on the Atlantic coast. The sea is a bit rough but you can swim there. We like its dark beauty and its view on Dominica.

Anse l'Étang

A long, well-preserved beach with blonde sand and tables. It is the most popular beach of Tartane, very popular with families, tourists and local surfers.

Grand Macabou Beach

Long beach of fine sand, giant coconut trees, it is one of the most spectacular of the South Atlantic coast. The access is a bit difficult but the reward is at the end! It is located on the route of the Trace des Caps, you can also discover it by horse.

Cap Macré

White sand and turquoise sea, you’ll be amazed. The shaded back beach, its creeks and its tables make it the ideal beach for picnics and campers. Very busy on weekends, but there is always a little room! The sea is sometimes very rough.

Anse Michel

Located at Cap Chevalier, it is one of our favorites with its white sand, its shallow lagooncolored water, its coconut grove and its sea side grape trees that provide the sought after shade. The kids love it. So do the kite and windsurfers!

Anse Trabaud

For some it is the most beautiful of Martinique! This long white sandy beach and its beautiful rollers make the happiness of bodyboarders and kitesurfers. The beach is very pleasant to spend the day, lots of shade and space. The access is a bit difficult and you have to pay a right of way on a private land.