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Plage de l'Anse Bonneville

Beach in La Trinité
  • It's the beach for surfers in Martinique! Anse Dufour (the name of the Office National des Forêts), Anse Bonneville (the name of the neighbourhood), or P'tite Plage. This is the last beach accessible by road from the Presqu'île de la Caravelle and Château Dubuc.

    A signposted path through the forest leads to this wild beach, where waves attract surfers. Perfect for everyone, the beach is lined with natural pools ideal for families and offers a unique blend of sand and clay in shades ranging from blonde to black. This uncrowded beach is a haven of peace and an excellent surfing spot, with a quieter swimming area on the right-hand side.

  • Situation: Access by the main road of the peninsula of La Caravelle. At the end of the road, turn left towards "Résidence Océane". A short walk on a path (signposted) in the forest and you have arrived.

    Type of beach: Medium size

    Water: Azure blue

    Sand: Fine

    Sea: Big waves

    Vegetation: Shaded

    Environment and nearby: Lighthouse of the Caravelle - Château Dubuc ruins - restaurants

    Hiking: Circuit of La Caravelle

    Facilities: Surf Club