Ste Anne

  • As well as for its superb beaches, Sainte-Anne is worth a visit for its Creole houses, its pottery and its market.
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    A Creole house in Saint-Anne

    As well as for its superb beaches, Sainte-Anne is worth a visit for its Creole houses, its pottery and its market.

Amy Adejokun
Amy Adejokun Expert destination Martinique

A small village in the south-east, Sainte-Anne is well known for its pottery, as well as its grilled lobster. There is a beautiful yellow ochre church, wooden houses and a few richly coloured gum tree boats moored along the banks. Its beach is known to be the most beautiful, along with Les Salines, and it does deserve its reputation.

  • The most beautiful beaches on the island
  • Overcrowded with tourists in peak season

Reminders

Remember to protect yourself from the sun if you are going to the beach. Sunscreen and a hat are highly recommended.

To avoid

Be careful when snorkelling not to touch the black sea urchins or corals.

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