Located on the Atlantic coast south of Martinique, Anse Trabaud is not very popular because of its difficult access. Indeed, no developed road exist to get there.
To get there, just follow a turbulent track during a quarter of an hour. Stretching over a mile, the coral sandy beach is often battered by waves which makes it a popular place for bodyboarders and surfers. Most of the time, the current is low and the waves safe for children.
In addition, it is accessed via a private property at the barrier of which € 2.50 entry fee will be required in car . The schedules of entry are from 8am to 4pm with a 6pm duty output.
In the shade of small trees along the beach, a few tables and wooden benches welcome you for picnics. You can also easily install a hammock.