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Îlet Saint-Aubin

Islet in Sainte-Marie
  • The islet is a little far from the village. Formerly known as the Caerman Islet in the 18th century, it indicated the entrance of the Trinité harbour to ships coming from the Dominica Canal.

  • It owes its current name to the first settlers, the Beaupré de Saint-Aubin, landowners. The island was dedicated to the cultivation of sugar cane.
    Today, it is an uninhabited islet with abundant vegetation and a sandbank. It is possible to dock there.