Plage du Marouba (Grande anse Le coin Sud)
Marouba beach, located at the entrance to Le Carbet in Martinique and close to the Neisson distillery, is an ideal spot for those seeking natural beauty, combining the splendour of coconut palms with the local charm of small fishing skiffs.
It is important to be aware of the intensity of the sun. The grey sand can become scorching hot. Swimmers should take care because of the strong current and the rapidly deepening seabed.
The sunsets here are magnificent, offering a show of vibrant colours on the Caribbean Sea.
It's also a popular place to relax and enjoy the delights of the many beach restaurants.
Situation: Entrance of the beach at the Neisson distillery, before the village of Carbet (coming from Fort-de-France)
Type of beach: Average size
Water: Crystal clear
Sand: Volcanic black - Large pebbles
Sea: Quickly deep - Currents - Heavy drops in sea level
Vegetation: Very little shade
Environment and nearby: Distillery Neisson - Fishermen's huts - Seine fishing - Water sports
Facilities: Parking - Restaurants - Bars - Pontoon
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