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Domaine de robinson is located in L’Anse Noire, 8.1 mi from Les Trois-Îlets. Fort-de-France is 22 mi from the property. Free WiFi is provided throughout the property. We really enjoyed our stay in beautifull beach. Our host Claude was nice and helpfull. For us best place in Martinic!
Set in Les Anses-d’Arlets, L´Odyssée Des Anses features a garden and barbecue. Les Trois-Îlets is 4.3 mi away. All units are air conditioned and feature a flat-screen TV. The peacefull surroundings in the middle of the jungle were absolutely amazing. The bed was extra comfy, and we loved the soft towels. Thank you Aurélie for the warm welcome.
Meublé 6 Couchages Bord De Mer is located in Les Anses-dʼArlets and offers a bar. The best holiday accommodation we have ever had with my family of 6 people. The value was extremely good with peaceful location at the best turtle beaches of Martinique. Erick was friendly, sharp and talented host with humble and non-intrusive approach. He was the most flexible host. He has built the house himself using premium quality supplies as 100% wood, stone and metal. Also the furniture follows the same style. The house was even better equipped than in the description with washing machine, dishwasher etc. We got to enjoy the best piece of Martinique in the real, local surroundings and indigenous people, who deserve the revenue much more than the big international holiday businesses.
Set in Les Anses-dʼArlets, 1.5 mi from Grande Anse du Diamant Beach, Chez Lucia et Donatien offers accommodations with a shared lounge, free WiFi, a 24-hour front desk, and a shared kitchen. Lucia and Donatien are wonderful hosts! Upon arriving, we were given our first ti-punch and supper as welcome to their spacious home in the quiet of Anse d’Arlats. Espresso and fresh French loaves nearby; Easy access to the southern beaches; straightforward route to the north. We avoided Fort du France entirely and feel we had an authentic stay in more rural Martinique.
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.