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Grand Anse Le Diamant

Listed under Beaches in Fort-de-France, Martinique.

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Le Diamant [Diamond Beach] is 6 miles long and the most picturesque beach on Martinique, with deep turquoise sea and views of Diamond Rock Island. Good restaurants, relaxed swimming and some watersports.

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Grand Anse Le Diamant

Green and lush the Le Diamant area is not only one of Martinique’s top dive sites, it’s also has the Grande Anse Le Diamant, one of the island’s most beautiful beaches. A string of coconut palms run three kilometers along the white sand which scoops away to reveal a view worthy of the Cinematographer on ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’, of the island’s crumbling, camel humped volcano, now covered in verdant green growth.

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