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Anse Fond de Coré beach

Beach at Saint-Pierre, Martinique

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

At first glance, you may think that Anse Fond Coré is not the most paradisiacal beach among its Martinican counterparts. However, this beach has a few surprises in store for you!

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 ?
    No

Located in the northwest of Martinique, it is part of the bay of Saint-Pierre. It is known all over the world for the richness of its seabed, where you can observe magnificent specimens of multicolored fish and a great diversity of plants.

The Fond Coré cove, nestled at the foot of Mount Pelee, has a real underwater treasure. It is not for nothing that this bay has been recognized as one of the richest marine cemeteries. In these waters lie no less than fifteen shipwrecks, if not more, only a few dozen meters from the shore.

If you are a fan of antiques, you will find in these sea beds, wrecks dating back to 1902. Moreover, you will also find the remains of the last eruption of Mount Pelee, in 1932. It is useful to remember that this is a heritage to be preserved and not a souvenir to be taken away.

Even if the beach is more visited by divers than by swimmers, nothing prevents you from coming there anyway to swim. The sea is calm, so why not take advantage of it? It is pleasant to come to walk on the bay. The bay is bordered by a gray sandy beach, slightly stony, which stretches over several meters. Some trees emerge from the beach, but it is true that there is more sand than coconut trees.

For those who like the volcanic landscapes of the north, this beach will be perfect to take photographs. Alone or accompanied, it is a place where young and old alike always get a good view.

The city of Saint-Pierre in 7 questions

How many inhabitants are there in Saint-Pierre?

4123 inhabitants

Surface area and density of the commune

Area: 39 km2

Density: 106/km2

Where to sleep in Saint-Pierre ?

  • Hotel Villa Saint Pierre - Rues Bouillé 97250
  • Village Pomme Cannelle - 11-12 Quartier Morne Folie Prêcheur 97250
  • Le Kay'Loulou (apartment) - Habitation Beausejour
  • Pierrotine House the feet in the water - Rue Bouille, 97250

Best restaurants in the town

  • Le Fromager - Route de Fonds-Saint-Denis (D1), Quartier Saint James
  • L'Alsace a Kay - D10
  • KaÏ Raymond - Rue Victor Hugo 97250

Information about the Town Hall

35 Rue Caylus97250

Telephone: +596 596 78 10 32

E-mail :[email protected]

Opening hours:

Monday and Thursday from 7am to 5pm

Tuesday,

Wednesday and Friday from 7am to 1pm

What to do in Saint-Pierre

The ruins of the prison and the dungeon of Cyparis, building registered as a historical monument (MH)

The Bethlehem asylum (MH)

The church of the Fort, (MH)

Office of the Engineers (MH)

Theater, built at the end of the 18th century on the model of the great theater of Bordeaux according to urban legend. However, according to its proportions and architectural scale, it is much smaller than the one in the city of Bordeaux. The same is true for its decoration and the treatment of the monumental order that is implemented on its main façade. (MH)

The ruins of the rue Bouillé

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