This is the course that dances the waltz of Anses.
The route begins with Anse à l'Ane with its pretty white sand beach, then Grande-Anse adorned with its crystal clear waters, then Anses-d'Arlet where the scenery becomes total at the sight of the quay of the town become legendary for photography, and the pretty Saint-Henri chapel baptized in 1671, a listed monument since March 1995.
Continuing by the road towards the village of Diamant to the southwest, is the beach of Petite Anse which precedes a souvenir photo stop from the point of view of the famous "Rocher du Diamant", an old strategic fort culminating at 176m above sea level become a protected ornithological site.
The Maison du Bagnard also attracts attention. For 13 years, it was the refuge of a man released from the convict of Guyana in 1960. The Cape 110 Memorial statues erected in 1998 honor the tragic story of the sinking of a slave ship in April 1830.
Finally, the Diamond Beach, the longest on the island at 3 km, is a treat for surfers and walkers.
Inland, you will visit the La Mauny rum distillery at Rivière Pilote, whose cellar master has just been crowned "Best Cellar Master in the World" in October 2019. Around noon, you will visit the Ecomuseum of Anse figuier, a beautiful building which retraces sections of the country's culture through cartography and objects from the archaeological past.
Aperitif and Creole lunch are served at the Anse restaurant. After a relaxation and a swim in the sea, you return by the South Caribbean route.
5.30 p.m. - Return to the hotel.
Included: Lunch, tourist guide, 1 entry to the La Mauny distillery + 1 entry to the eco-museum
Duration: The day
Appointment: Every Tuesday, between 7:30 am and 8:00 am - Hotel departure
To envisage: Hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, camera
Possibility to book a transfer with your hostess Coeur des îles directly on site
Our excursions are guaranteed subject to availability.