After the Grandes Salines, the road stops next to the site if tge pointe des Châteaux. After climbing a little mound, you discover a rocky string of islands laid in the ocean and beaten by a strong Atlantic heave in a gush of foam. And as swimming is prohibited due to the danger, the tonic atmosphere reminds you of Britanny's wild coasts. By taking the coastline nature trail located between the black rocks that have been sculpted by the waves, the access to the Colibris tip only takes a few minutes. It leads to a viewpoint indicator that allows you to enjoy an unrestricted outlook over the sea, the Desirade Islands, Petite-Terre and Marie-Galante Islands.
The Club Med takes its name from the beach and, as you would expect, stands right on the island's most beautiful beach.© Filip Fuxa / 123RF
Although the Club Med takes up a good proportion of the beach, it is nevertheless a public one so you'll find various souvenir-peddlers patrolling the sands here.© Filip Fuxa / 123RF