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Plage de l'Anse Tamarinier

Beach in Le Prêcheur
  • L' anse Tamarinier, a small enclave hidden away in the first part of Anse Céron in Martinique, is a jewel of untamed nature with few facilities. This 'cove within a cove' features a narrow strip of grey sand typical of the beaches of the northern Caribbean.

    To get there, you have to cross a wooded area dotted with picnic tables. Although the sea is relatively calm here, you need to remain vigilant because of the steep gradient close to the shore.

    L'Anse Tamarinier is a secluded and authentic beach, ideal for those looking to get off the beaten track.

  • Situation: Anse Tamarinier is a small cove located in the first part of Anse Céron.

    Beach type: Wild

    Water: Crystal clear

    Sand: Volcanic black

    Sea: Quickly deep sea - Swell sometimes - Heavy drops in water bottom

    Vegetation: Shaded - Woody

    Environment and nearby: Whale and dolphin transhumance route - View of La Perle islet and Dominica - Habitation Céron

    Wildlife: Fish - Sea turtles

    Diving: Snorkeling for good swimmers

    Facilities: Parking - Tables