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The shops were sadly lacking in basic foods . Two of the days they had no bread . The whole week , they had no French cheeses . Believe it , or not , they offered us Dairylea cheese triangles . Mon Dieu ! The local bus services are atrocious , there are no taxis and the locals weren't keen on hitch-hikers . If you want to visit Martinique , for heaven's sake hire a car .
We loved the place and the local people were very friendly. We enjoyed a drink in the Oasis bar/restaurant most days after sailing and had two very good dinners there - the staff were excellent and a pleasure to deal with. Shops have limited stock and you need to travel to a larger town to get supplies other than bakery and fruit/vegetables. However you can buy excellent fish in the fish market most mornings. Shop at side of church opens 4 pm to 8.pm Tuesdays to Saturday has veg/fruit/wine and cooked chickens. Essential to stock up for weekends as most shops seem to close for Sunday and Monday. Most places take credit/debit cards and there are two ATMs in the village. Sea is lukewarm and good snorkelling. Beach bar restaurants open all day but most close by c.5 o clock. Very quite place with lovely views and beach which might suit families and older people better than those looking for nightlife.