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Anse Mabouya Beach

Beach at Sainte-Luce, Martinique

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

The beach of Anse Mabouya is undoubtedly an ideal destination to admire the local culture and enjoy the natural landscape. The beach is one of the least crowded on the peninsula. A perfect destination for visitors looking for a quiet place to relax.

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

How to get there ?

Anse Mabouya is located between Sainte Luce and Trois Rivières. A 1h30-1h45min drive separates Sainte Luce from Fort-de-France. You will only have to rent a car and take the highway leading south. On the way, you can stop to visit Ducos or Rivière-Salée, before getting back on the road. Once in Sainte Luce, drive through a housing estate. After a few minutes, you will start to see the beach.

Anse Mabouya

With its turquoise water, blonde sand, coconut and palm trees, Anse Mabouya is of splendid beauty. The beach is surrounded by mountains and trees that give it a unique beauty. You can enjoy a magnificent view of the Diamond Rock and Morne Larcher. The beach is ideal for lovers of scuba diving and other water activities. Do not hesitate to discover the sea bed, and venture into a world where time passes more slowly.

You can also organize a small picnic or you can always eat in one of the local restaurants. The Caribbean cuisine will leave a lasting impression on you.  Have fun with the locals and dance to their enchanting music that will transport you to a fairy world. Swim near the rocky slabs and relax under the shade of the tall trees on the beach. Get your dose of vitamin D while enjoying the radiant sun of the Mabouya Cove.

Close your eyes and smell the salty smell of the sea and the fresh breeze. Feel the hot sand of the beach on your feet. Watch the beauty of the blue sky reflected on the turquoise water. Listen to the soft voices of the birds and fishermen after their mission is over. Enjoy the beach of Anse Mabouya, a beach that will mark your trip to Martinique.

Practical information

After a good swim, you can rinse yourself in the showers. Don't worry about your privacy, the showers are well hidden behind the trees. Keep in mind that the beach is not very big, however it is very pleasant. Despite the calmness of Mabouya Cove, do not venture out too far. You might get swept away by the current.

Looking for a last tip? Try to relax as much as possible, this stay at Anse Mabouya should symbolize your rebirth. Take full advantage of your new environment and create a new link with nature. This little mental exercise will help you appreciate the beach even more and rediscover yourself. Enjoy a more relaxing travel experience at Anse Mabouya.

The city of Sainte-Luce in 6 questions

How many inhabitants are there in Sainte-Luce?

9,816 inhabitants

Best restaurants in Sainte-Luce

Case Coco - 58 rue Schoelcher,Pura Vida - Villa B14, Gros RaisinLe Ti Sainte Luce - 39 Boulevard Kennedy Angle De La Rue Du Bord De Mer

Information about the Town Hall

City Hall City Hall - 61 rue Schoelcher, 97228

Phone number : +596 596 62 50 01

Opening hours of the town hall :

Monday: from 7:30 am to 1:15 pm and from 2:30 pm to 5:15 pm

Tuesday to Wednesday: from 7:30 am to 1:30 pm

Thursday: from 7:30 am to 1:15 pm and from 2:30 pm to 5:15 pm

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

What to do or see in Sainte-Luce?

  • The Montravail Forest
  • The Trois Rivières distillery is open to visitors
  • The seafront in the town of Saint Luce has a dozen restaurants with terraces on the beach, lively in the evening and renowned for their Caribbean cuisine
  • The Amerindian petroglyphs in the forest of Montravail testify to the presence of the Caribbean Indians in the pre-Columbian era

Surface area and density of the commune

Surface area: 28 km2

Density : 350 km2

Where to sleep in Sainte-Luce ?

  • Karibea Sainte-Luce Hotel
  • Pierre & Vacances Village - D7
  • Corail Residence Hotel - Anse Mabouya

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