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Plage de l'Anse Couleuvre

Beach in Le Prêcheur
  • One of the most beautiful wild beaches in Martinique.

    Anse Couleuvre beach, just beyond Anse Céron in Martinique, is a hidden treasure at the end of an adventurous trail. This beach offers unique sand, varying from grey to black, the darkest on the island. Facing the Rocher de la Perle and located in the Falco reserve, its calm waters, rich in marine life, make it a paradise for snorkellers.
    Anse Couleuvre is a popular destination for those looking to explore the island's authentic landscapes, dotted with captivating sites including a distillery, waterfalls and walks ....

  • Situation: This is the last beach accessible by road D10, on the north Caribbean side. After having passed Anse Céron, the road is winding and the bends a little steep. It deserves it!

    Type of beach: Wild and authentic

    Water: Crystal clear

    Sand: Volcanic black (the darkest of the island)

    Sea: Beware of the current - for experienced surfers

    Vegetation: Shaded - coconut trees

    Environment and nearby: La Perle islet - Cliffs - Tropical forest - Ruins of the Domaine de Manon Tardon -...
    Situation: This is the last beach accessible by road D10, on the north Caribbean side. After having passed Anse Céron, the road is winding and the bends a little steep. It deserves it!

    Type of beach: Wild and authentic

    Water: Crystal clear

    Sand: Volcanic black (the darkest of the island)

    Sea: Beware of the current - for experienced surfers

    Vegetation: Shaded - coconut trees

    Environment and nearby: La Perle islet - Cliffs - Tropical forest - Ruins of the Domaine de Manon Tardon - Residence Anse Couleuvre

    Wildlife: Fishes - Sea turtles - Collared tern - Brown Noddy - Brown Booby

    Diving: scuba diving around the islet La Perle - Snorkeling

    Hiking: Anse Couleuvre / Grand' Rivière

    Waterfall: Anse Couleuvre

    Facilities: Parking
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