Anse Diamant is the main beach of Le Diamant. It is also called "Plage du Diamant", "Plage Anse Diamant", "Plage du Bourg" or "Plage Dizac" from the name of the street that runs along it.
It is the largest beach in Martinique with its 4 km length (and 3 km without counting the one that follows named "Plage de l'Anse Caffard").
It is a paradise for surfers because of the sometimes strong waves and runners or simple walkers who like to walk there with their feet in the water. However, it is feared by many locals because of the number of fatal drownings. It is sometimes dangerous because of strong currents within 50 meters of the shore.
Swimming is supervised and signs indicate when swimming is not recommended or even forbidden. When the flag is red, it is forbidden to swim there.
It offers a superb view of the Rocher du Diamant, even if the view is even closer from Anse Caffard. Although there are no restaurants, there is a picnic area.
To get there, you just have to follow the direction of the commune of "Diamant" and it is visible as soon as you arrive at the village of the commune.