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Anse Azérot in Martinique : a wild beach as we like it

Beach at Sainte-Marie, Martinique

  • Icone étoile Rating : 5/5
  • Icone étoile Type of sand : White
  • Icone information Attendance : High

Anse Azérot is the last beach of the North Atlantic coast. The beach is distinguished by several meters of blond sand and breathtaking turquoise waters. Anse Azérot shelters various coconut trees for the greatest happiness of the tourists in search of vacations of idleness. You will just have to spread your towels and put yourself under the shade of one of the many coconut trees of the beach.

  • Seabed ?
  • Wild beach ?
  • Waves/Surf
  • Toilets ?
  • Showers ?
  • Nearby help station ?
  • Restaurants nearby ?
  • Isolated beach ?
  • Easily accessible ?
  • Family friendly ?

Anse Azérot is one of the wildest beaches of Martinique. With a dense and luxurious vegetation, Anse Azérot is a beach to visit without any hesitation. Let the sea breeze caress your face in a wild tropical setting! One thing is sure, you will not regret visiting this beach.

Description of Anse Azérot beach

Anse Azérot is the last beach of the North Atlantic coast. The beach is distinguished by several meters of blond sand and breathtaking turquoise waters. Anse Azérot is home to several coconut trees for the greatest happiness of tourists looking for a relaxing vacation. All you have to do is spread out your towels and sit under the shade of one of the many coconut trees on the beach.

Thanks to its luxurious vegetation, the beach looks like the beaches you see in postcards. Feel free to take your camera and take your best shots. The beach offers an ideal setting for swimming, but the sea is often rough. It is best to check the weather forecast before going there. 

Practical information about the beach

The charm of Anse Azérot lies in the old buildings along the beach. Don't hesitate to take a little walk there and talk to the locals to learn more about the history of the area.

In the past, the beach was part of the domain of the Anse Azérot dwelling, which is where it got its name. The main activity of the house was the exploitation of lime kilns. Later on, the managers of Anse Azérot turned to sugar production and then to rum production. Today, Anse Azérot is an abandoned house. However, it keeps a unique charm of the old times. Do not hesitate to discover it!

Keep in mind that Anse Azérot beach has no restaurants or bars. However, you will find several picnic tables. Just bring your tasty meals with you and enjoy them with a view of the sea.

How to get to Anse Azérot beach?

Anse Azérot beach is located south of the town of Sainte-Marie. To get there from Fort-de-France, you have to take the N1 road. Go in the direction of the town of La Trinité then continue towards Sainte-Marie. Be careful not to enter the town of Sainte-Marie.

Before the village, leave the N1 road and take the first road on the right. Continue straight ahead until you see the sign for Anse Azérot beach. Once there, you will just have to find a place for your car in the neighborhoods near the beach. P.S.: The road leading to Anse Azérot beach is in very bad condition. We advise you to drive slowly to avoid damaging your rental car. 

The reflection of the wild beauty of Martinique!

A small jewel of the North Atlantic coast, Anse Azérot beach reflects the wild beauty of Martinique. Go and create unforgettable moments at Anse Azérot with your family or friends. You will not regret it!

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The city of Sainte-Marie in 5 questions

How many inhabitants are there in Le Saint-Esprit?

15 932 habitants

Surface area and density of the commune

Surface area: 44.5 km2

Density: 358 km2

What to do and see in Sainte-Anne?

  • Our Lady of the Assumption Church
  • The Saint-James Distillery and its Rum Museum
  • The tombolo of Sainte-Marie Island : natural curiosity, visible from December to May - phenomenon of sand bank created by the marine currents and connecting Sainte-Marie Island to the mainland during this period
  • The Banana Museum, after having closed its doors in May 2008 due to damage and financial problems, was reopened in August 2009 by the city council. It is proposed a visit of the museum, a stroll among the different varieties of bananas and then a reception for tastings
  • La Maison du Bèlè : for initiation to traditional dance, demonstration and shows of songs and dances

Best restaurants in town

  • Restaurant le Saint-James - Distillery Saint-James Route de L'Usine Plaine de l'Union - +596 69 07 33
  • Chez Maxoun - Boulevard Désir JOX - phone: +596 596 69 37 68

Information about the Town Hall

1 place de l’Hôtel-de-Ville, 97230
+596 5 96 69 30 06

Opening hours of the Town Hall :
Monday to Tuesday: 7:00 am to 5:00 pm

Wednesday: 7:00 am to 1:00 pm

Thursday: from 7:00 am to 5:00 pm

Friday: from 7:00 am to 1:00 pm

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