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Anse La Brêche Beach

Beach at Trinité, Martinique

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  • Icone étoile Rating : 4/5
  • Icone étoile Type of sand : White
  • Icone information Attendance : Medium
  • Icone handicapé Wheelchair accessible

The Anse de la Brêche is located on the northeast side of the island of Martinique, more precisely on the Presqu'île de Caravelle. A few meters from the village of Tartane, this beach is still quite well known to local residents and tourists.

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

It is not very famous for its waters, which are not turquoise, but this cove is still a pleasant place to come and relax.

The beach presents itself with its long line of fine blond sand, accentuated by multiple specimen trees. The coconut and grape trees offer a providential shelter from the sun.

Moreover, on this cove, you will also find mancenilliers, which are also very numerous! Be careful, you must not touch them, at the risk of seeing burns appear on your body. Moreover, the fruits of the mancenilla tree look like small apples, so it is possible that your children approach them. Don't worry, you will easily spot these trees by the large red lines painted on their trunks.

The waters are calm and suitable for swimming, for adults and children. It is therefore an ideal place to come with your family. The beach has a number of sheltered areas where you can enjoy a picnic in complete serenity, protected from the sun's rays.

On the beach, slightly set back, a restaurant and its beautiful terrace will be waiting for you for the meal. From the parking lot behind the beach, a wooden path has been built. It allows people with reduced mobility to reach the water's edge without effort.

Also note that as you head towards the town, you will pass the ruins of the old Hardy Rum Factory. There is still an old chimney and the tools that were used for the production to observe.

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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