Rendez-vous à 8h au Village de la Poterie
Rendez-vous à 8h au Village de la Poterie
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Depuis Riviere salée, direction les trois-ilets puis après 3,5 Km, sur la droite, empruntez le chemin de terre rouge.
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There are many things you can do in the southern coast of Martinique. You can take a bath, go for a trip in a catamaran, sunbathe, and go free diving on some magnificent beaches, such as Cove à L’Ane, Cove Mitan, and Cove Coulevre. You can, also, go for a trip up the hills and forests that sprinkle the coastline. And don’t forget to visit the villages and the local markets, where you will taste the delicious local cuisine. Along the coasts of Martinique you will observe the numerous species of birds and, in the ocean, the turtles, fish and rays.
The southern coast of Martinique is also the ideal spot for you if you like staying in a calm place and it’s surrounded by nature, or it’s perfect if you love swimming in crystal waters or snorkelling.
Martinique has very diverse flora and fauna. The island is home of a variety of animals, especially turtles, tarantulas, cliff arachnids, iguanas and snakes. There is also a variety of plants, in particular orchids, hibiscus, porcelain roses and bromeliaceae. The southern coast of Martinique is particularly rich in biodiversity, with many types of trees, flowers and animals.
There’s value in an excursion in a catamaran in Martinique as it gives you the opportunity of seeing the island from the ocean. The catamaran sail along the coast and offer breathtaking views of the cliffs, the beaches, and the villages. You can admire the magnificent beaches of Trois-Ilets, Diamant, and Trinitè, often visited by local and foreign tourists.
The sea excursions offer many fun activities such as bath in the natural pools, snorkelling, or nautical skiing. Taking a stroll in a catamaran is delightful, and you can enjoy the sun, and let yourself be surprised by the warm breeze of the sea. In Martinique, you can also rent a canoe, a kayak, or a paddle to go discover the sea from another angle.
By taking a boat stroll in Martinique, you will have the opportunity to visit Cove Dufour, in the Coves of Arlet, and admire their luxurious vegetation. The park offers spectacular views on the side of the cliffs that uncover white sand beaches and turquoise waters. There are many advantages to a catamaran. A catamaran offers a unique view of the island with an observation point of 360°, and a sunbathing spot in the lower part. Those wanting to stay active, can go kayaking, snorkelling, or many other nautical activities.
An excursion in a catamaran will give you the chance to discover many beaches in a short time. A catamaran is easy to recognise in the sea. It is normally made of two large masts, a brilliant hull, and its distinctive sound that makes it unique.
Another advantage of the catamaran it’s that’s easy to use. You can depart whenever you want without needing to wait for other boats or shared timeslots. Most of the excursions on a catamaran can be booked online. In Martinique, catamarans offer personalized excursions according to your interests.
Additionally, a catamaran excursion is an affordable offer in comparison with other cruises. You can enjoy a full day for around 90 euros, and discover Martinique through a sea excursion.
Going for a catamaran excursion is also a guarantee of superior quality service. During the trip, the skipper will have the chance to explain to you the different places of interest and will share with you anecdotes about the culture in Martinique.
If you are looking for a more ecological excursion during your stay in Martinique, think about going for a turtle watch. The island is home to many turtle species, including the leatherback turtle, the green turtle, and the hawksbill turtle. These are animals under threat of extinction, and protecting them is a priority of the government of Martinique.
There are many spots on the island where you can go to observe animals in their natural habitat. One of the best spots to observe turtles is in Dufour Cove, a little bay located in the municipality of the Arlet Coves. The bay is protected by coral reefs, and it offers the perfect conditions for turtles’ egg-laying.