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.
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