Anse Noire owes its peculiarity that it is the only beach in the south of Martinique where the sand is black.
The water is calm and clear, but it can sometimes form large rolls. It is possible to see the turtle that seems to have taken up residence.
Following the storms came from the Caribbean side, the beach is littered with pebbles that does not preclude, however, a comfortable bathing. You can admire the city of Fort de France opposite. It has a small dock that will appeal to lovers of jumps in the sea.
If you are morning (5-6am) you will see attend the seining by the local fishermen.
This beach is uncrowded. Besides the sand, it is also famous for the beauty of its seabed.
To get there you should follow the direction of Anse d'Arlet, before entering the town a sign indicates the entrance.