Anse Caffard beach is a brown sand beach located west of the town and at the foot of Morne Larcher. It is the extension to the west of the town's main beach, Diamant beach.
It is from this Diamant beach that you can best admire the Rocher du Diamant (Diamond Rock).
Many bars and restaurants are set on the sand, which makes it an ideal spot for gourmets who love the sea. The tragedy of slavery in Martinique is represented by the presence of the Slave Memorial facing the sea. It was erected in memory of the sinking of a slave ship which claimed the lives of many slaves in 1830.
Not far from there is another monument also marking the history of Martinique, the Maison du Bagnard.
To get there, head south west of Martinique and after entering the town of "Diamant", head towards "Petite Anse beach in Anses d'Arlet".