Anse Couleuvre, Le Precheur

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If you’re looking for a remote place to escape, you can’t go much further than Anse Couleuvre. Located on the northernmost point of Martinique island, the untouched beach can be reached via a 10-minute walk through tropical rainforest. Translating as "Snakes' Cove," the winding coastline welcomes you with shimmering black sands lined with coconut trees and placid blue waters. Relax, take a refreshing dip, and bask in the sun’s rays at what feel like your very own private beach. Put Anse Couleuvre and other Le Precheur attractions into our Le Precheur vacation generator, and watch your holiday take shape.
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  • I've known snake Cove by the North course walk that connects Grand River to the Caribbean coast (6 h 30 walk) this course is a joy of variety of wildlife and animals you can meet the mongooses, giant snails, snakes and also tarantulas... arrival at snake Cove is the terminus on foot, by car from St Pierre is quite impressive... Black sand beach like all beaches at the foot of the peeled mountain
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  • One of the beautiful black sand beaches of the Caribbean North after the road to yaw of the preacher. Perfect to chill after the hike of the Snake River. Pn is also the remains of an old distillery on the path. Some panels informs on the functioning of this House of the XVIII-XIX century.
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  • A beautiful black sand Cove but crystal clear water we go with a very nice trail which passes through the ruins of a dwelling or is indicated, you would learn is how people lived before the eruption of the Pele mountain and you'll find yourself in the primary with imposants.suivre trees forest road of the preacher exceed housing Ceron worth also visiting the road stops at the parking lot of the snake Cove. Very nice swim
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