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Plage de Cap Macré

Beach in Le Marin
  • Cap Macré beach, in the south of Martinique, is a 'wild' beach and a haven of tranquillity. This secluded beach, also known as Anse Baleine and Anse Four à Chaux, is accessible via a stony path, making it an adventure in itself.

    Its fine white sandy beach, fringed by forest, coconut palms, turquoise waters and wilderness make it an ideal spot for walks, picnics and relaxing in peace, thanks to its low level of traffic. Perfect for a day away from the hustle and bustle, Cap Macré offers an authentic beach experience, as if you were on a desert island. It's a hidden gem... the raw beauty of Martinique.

    Cap Macré is one of the last paradises of Martinique!

  • Situation: Follow the N6 to Le Marin. After passing the gendarmerie of Le Marin, turn left towards Cap Macré beach. Access sometimes rough.

    Beach type: 2 small coves (Anse Baleine and Anse Four à chaux)

    Water: Turquoise

    Sand: Fine

    Sea : Calm - Sometimes some seaweeds

    Vegetation: Very shady

    Environment and nearby :

    Hiking: Trace des Caps (Anse Caritan - Macabou)

    Facilities: Parking - Snack bar