Located in the South of Martinique on the Caribbean coast, the town of Sainte-Luce is interesting for a variety of reasons. You'll want to discover the many restaurants dotting the coast in the center of town, especially the famous Baraque Obama where you'll be able to enjoy fresh lobster, grilled fish and lambis, the local speciality.
After lunch, you can walk along the amazing coast path to discover a succession of beaches, one more beautiful than the other: Gros-Raisin, Pont-Café, Corps-de-Garde, Fond Banane and Anse Mabouya. Families particularly appreciate the beach at Corps-de-Garde thanks to its nautical sports center (kayaks, windsurf boards and more are available) and a swimming pool in the sea.
For nature lovers, the forest of Montravail, located only five kilometers from the town, boasts two marked hiking paths enabling you to discover a rock carving, a vestige of Amerindian civilization.
Lastly, you'll want to visit the Trois-Rivières rum distillery, located only a few kilometers from the town. Be sure to visit and enjoy the free taste testing of the different rums. You'll also find boutiques brimming with bambou, coconut and madras products to take home as souvenirs of Martinique!