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Anse Bonneville Beach

Beach at Trinité, Martinique

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  • Icone étoile Rating : 4/5
  • Icone étoile Type of sand : White
  • Icone information Attendance : Low

Au large de l'océan Atlantique se trouve la plage Anse Bonneville. Les surfeurs Martiniquais et étrangers défient les vagues déferlantes de cette plage depuis des années. La plage est une destination adéquate pour tous types de touristes. La plage de la presqu'île promet de vous enchanter grâce à son sable blanc et ses eaux déchaînées.

Informations
  • Seabed ?
    Yes
  • Wild beach ?
    No
  • Waves/Surf
    Yes
  • Toilets ?
    Yes
  • Showers ?
    No
  • Nearby help station ?
    No
  • Restaurants nearby ?
    No
  • Isolated beach ?
    No
  • Easily accessible ?
    No
  • Family friendly ?
    No

Description of Anse Bonneville beach

The promised land of surfers in Martinique, Anse Bonneville is one of the most popular beaches in Martinique. Anse Bonneville is one of the best beaches in Martinique for surfing. The Nordique beach is known for its big waves from the Atlantic Ocean. Surrounded by dense and lush vegetation, Anse Bonneville offers a beautiful landscape for tourists looking for fascinating natural scenery.

If you are afraid of waves or are not a fan of water sports, you can always sunbathe on the beach. In addition to that, Anse Bonneville beach has several natural pools for the pleasure of amateur swimmers. You will just have to put yourself in one of its pools and enjoy the fresh water of the beach.

Anse Bonneville is also distinguished by its white sand that often mixes with the clay found on the beach. Feel free to spread your towels and rest under the shade of the beach trees.

What to do near Anse Bonneville beach?

The beach of Anse Bonneville is known to be a destination of surfers par excellence in Martinique, but not only, this beach also has plenty of other activities to guarantee you a dream vacation!

Near the beach, you will find a nautical school offering surfing lessons according to the level of each person. You can also rent boards and enjoy your surfing experience in Martinique. But if after a few attempts you realize that surfing is not your cup of tea, you can let your creativity run wild with a photo shoot! And here's something to feed your Instagram feeds for the next few days!

And if, like us, the beach makes you hungry, you should know that there are no restaurants in Anse Bonneville. You will have to prepare your own meals in advance. However, you will find a very well equipped picnic area, a few meters from the beach where you will just have to shelter from the sun and enjoy your delicious meals.

How to get to Anse Bonneville Beach?

Anse Bonneville beach is located on the peninsula of La Caravelle, it is the last beach accessible on this road. The beach is located between the village of Tartane and the Dubuc castle. Anse Bonneville belongs to the municipality of La Trinité. To get to Anse Bonneville beach from Fort-de-France, you will need to rent a car. Once you have your car, take the N1 road to the peninsula and then take the D2. Once you arrive in Tartane, take the road that runs along the coast.

Known for its wild waves, Anse Bonneville beach is one of the best places to surf in Martinique. Even if you're not an avid surfer, you can still enjoy a beautiful sunset. No matter if you like surfing or not, one thing is sure, Anse Bonneville will not leave you indifferent.

The city of Trinité in 5 questions

How many inhabitants are there in Trinité?

12,243 inhabitants

Information about the Town Hall

51 avenue Casimir-Branglidor

97220 La Trinité

Telephone: +596 596 58 20 12

Opening hours :

Monday: from 07h30 to 13h30 and from 14h30 to 17h30

From Tuesday to Wednesday: from 07h30 to 13h30

Thursday: from 7:30 am to 1:30 pm and from 2:30 pm to 5:30 pm

Friday: from 7:30 am to 1:30 pm

Surface area and density of the commune

Area: 46 km2

Density: 267/km2

What to do or see in Trinité?

  • Hardy Distillery, Château Dubuc ;
  • L'Autre-Bord Beach;
  • La Caravelle Nature Reserve;
  • Plage des Raisiniers ;
  • Village of Tartane;
  • Waterfall of Bô la Riviè (the largest in Martinique);
  • Beach of Cosmy;

Best restaurants in town

  • Therasse Kfé - +596 596 53 43 95
  • Le Ratelot Restaurant - +596 596 63 26 11
  • Coco a Beach Café - +596 596 38 31 03

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