Fishing village on the south coast of Martinique, Sainte Luce is a collection of smaller neighborhoods. The best known are Monésie, Coteaux, Epinay, and the Three Rivers, including famous for its rum of the same name. There is a contrast between the town located at the sea and the many hills which hug the town. It is possible from its highest points, to observe the Martinique in its entirety.
To get you there MARTINIQUE Europcar has what you need: the Freelander 4X4 or 4X4 Captiva. Driving your vehicle, you'll be happy to walk the hilly roads of the town. You will discover the highest quarters, such as Epinay, Bellevue, Ladour, etc ... You will be in the front row when the top of its peaks, a stunning panorama of beauty, will offer to you. So relax, if you have ears that seem to "butcher", all is well; you're probably Morne Honoré, near Sainte Luce, a march, barely, of Paradise!
With just over 9000 inhabitants inhabitants of Sainte Luce, are above all, facing the sea where they practice traditional fishing activity. Originally fishing was practiced in a boat, considered one of the oldest: the Gommier.
This small town of Sainte Luce, situated between land and sea will not leave you indifferent. When, after having covered his hills, you will go down to the sea; it's time to go and take a swim in one of its many white sand beaches known for its excellent quality waters. You have a wide choice between all the beaches along the coast of the municipality and can go from one beach to another with a walking trail that connects them together. Each of these small beaches are named. "Anse Mabouya", "Banana Wallpaper", "Gatehouse", "Anse Fond Café" "Gros Raisins", "Fond Larion," "Plage des amoureux", to the most famous.
Europcar Martinique wish you a good trip. Europcar MARTINIQUE joins the environmental protection and sustainable development through a park where all vehicles meet the 14001 standard which is committed EUROPCAR since 2009. Thanks mainly to our Renault ECO2 label.
The Sainte Luce Town enjoys a beautiful Caribbean coastline and offers beautiful quiet and sheltered beaches, good quality bathing water and an idyllic promenade; several lovely coves succeed: Gros Raisin, Pont-Café, Fond Banana, Corps de garde, and Mabouyas. A hiking trail makes it easy to switch from one to another.
is the closest to the center of Sainte Luce. Arriving from Fort de France, at the roundabout after the Total Station, take the first left and then at the end, turn left towards the city center. After the restaurant Pura Vida, take the first road on the left.You can sunbathe on a sandy beach, and swim in the turquoise waters. At the weekend, you may be lucky to see the teams train on Yoles (traditional boats in Martinique).Also plan sneakers to enjoy the Course of Health available throughout the cove Gros Raisin. While exercising, enjoy the view of the side of St. Anne and the wide blue shades.Finally, take your time strolling through the shops downtown or enjoying a local dish in the typical small restaurants Creole, feet in the sand.Finally, it is also the starting point of 4 km of marked hiking up to the Anse Desert, along the D7.
this small beach of about 150 meters, is located near the nautical base of the Village "Pierre et Vacances". It offering many water sport activities including windsurfing, kayaking and scuba diving.It is also easy to relax in the shade of trees, and why not hang your hammock, you are lulled by the trade winds.
It is the largest beach of Sainte Luce. It is especially very popular with families Martinique during the weekend but also by many tourists. This cove is the main beach of Karibéa Hotels.This beach is well appointed and will meet the desires of young and old. You will find in particular the Club of gum trees in Martinique where you will be introduced to the traditional veil, small beach restaurants where you can sample the traditional Creole cuisine.
Other coves, intimate, line the coast: Anse Desert a small beach near a forest and Anse Mabouya (which is not visible from the road but whose access that fact by the subdivision "Mabouya").
Visit in one day the town of Sainte Luce with a wholesome and sporty route:
- Walk in the forest Montravail,
- Visit the Distillery Trois Rivières
- Lunch in the city center of Sainte Luce
- Swimming and relaxing on the beach
- Windsurfing or kayak from the water sports Anse Bridge Café
For beaches of Sainte Luce, consider renting a car and why not a car convertible, hair blowing to better enjoy the scenery and climate.
Book Europcar car to your hotel or villa. Sabrina and John Mark, in charge of the town of Sainte Luce will be happy to give you tips for discovering the Martinique and the municipality of Sainte Luce.
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