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Attractions to explore nearby La Table du Diable

La Table du DiableLa Table du Diable, Sainte-Anne, Martinique

La Table du Diable is a small uninhabited island on the Sainte-Anne peninsula in Martinique located 500 m east of Cabrits islet. It belongs administratively to Sainte-Anne . It is a small rectangular volcanic island with a plateau on steep cliffs.

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Savanna of Petrifications0.96 KMs away from La Table du Diable

The petrification savannah is an almost desert arid zone located in the town of Sainte-Anne , in Martinique . The coastal path of the Trace des Caps crosses this place. We could observe petrified trees there , collectors and residents have collected all the rocks. It was one of the unique locations in this area and also Popular with walking fans, the path that goes through the Petrification Savannah is a small part of the famous Capes Trail hike.

Étang des Salines1.57 KMs away from La Table du Diable

Étang des Salines is a pond in Martinique. It is located in the south of the island, not far from Sainte-Anne located to the north, and the Baie des Anglais to the northeast.  The site along the Trace des Caps hiking trail and the Salines beach is very busy. A footbridge on stilts has been installed to allow walkers to discover and observe the site's avifauna. One of the greenish locations in this area which is much more attracted by tourists.

Plage des Salines2.38 KMs away from La Table du Diable

La Plage des Salines, located on Grande Anse des Salines, is a beach in the town of Sainte-Anne, in Martinique.  The Salines beach is very popular with locals and tourists. According to a road count, this site would receive nearly 2 million visitors per year.  The beach is divided into three parts: the Grande Anse des Salines, the largest and best-known part, the Petite Anse des Salines to the west and finally the Grande Terre des Salines to the east. The wooded part of the site is part of the n

Anse Trabaud2.78 KMs away from La Table du Diable

L ' Anse Trabaud is a beach located in the town of Sainte-Anne in Martinique. It Trabaud is located between Pointe d'Enfer to the west and Pointe Baham to the east, at the foot of Morne des Pétrifications. The site is accessible on foot only, by the trace of the Caps, from the Salines beach or by the Baie des Anglais. The beach is a secluded, unsupervised beach, frequented by a few naturist enthusiasts.  The Trace des Caps trail runs along the beach.

Îlet Chevalier5.57 KMs away from La Table du Diable

L' Ilet Chevalier is a small uninhabited island on the Sainte-Anne peninsula in Martinique. It belongs administratively to Sainte-Anne. Located on the east coast of the Sainte-Anne peninsula, facing the Atlantic, 500  m from Cap Chevalier and near Rat Island, the islet is protected by a coral reef. It is easily accessible from the shore in a few minutes by boat. A footpath goes around it; it allows you to discover its xerophilic vegetation, made up of shrubs and cacti.

Plage de Pointe Marin6.67 KMs away from La Table du Diable

Plage de Pointe Marin is a beach located in the municipality of Sainte-Anne in Martinique. This beach unrolls its five-kilometer of fine sand facing the bay of Sainte-Anne and offers a panorama of beauty on the reliefs of southern Martinique. A family-friendly beach which offers all the needs for you.

Anse Figuier, Martinique9.09 KMs away from La Table du Diable

L ' Anse Figuier is a beach located in the town of Rivière-Pilote in Martinique. The cove is home to a popular, unguarded, busy beach.  The Martinique Ecomuseum is located just behind the beach. The site is accessible by road from the hamlet of Poirier. The beach is located east of Pointe Figuier. It was one of the beautiful places to spend with your family and also there are so many activities to do.

Ecomuseum of Martinique9.11 KMs away from La Table du Diable

The Martinique ecomuseum was created in the year 1993 located in Pointe Figuier towards the hamlet of Poirier, on the edge of Anse Figuier beach , in the town of Rivière-Pilote in Martinique. this ecomuseum traces the history of Martinique through objects, reconstructions, and models. The collections evoke the history of the island from Amerindian prehistory to the beginning of the colonial era, through the period of slavery to the economy of the plantation.