îlet Madame, Martinique
About îlet Madame
The islet Madame is one of the islets of Robert on the Atlantic coast of Martinique. Located in the Havre du Robert, opposite the Pointe la Rose, it depends on the town of Robert. The islet has a fine sandy beach with turquoise waters. A path goes around it. It is also the most frequented islet in the town of Robert, because the only one with a sandy cove allowing swimming. It also attracts boaters as there may be more than 10 boats moored at or near the pontoon.
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