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A renowned beach difficult to access
Located 1.8 miles (3 km) south of the town of Sainte-Anne in Martinique, Anse Meunier, more generally known as Anse Moustique, hides a beach sought-after for its beauty. The sand stretch is wilder than Grande Anse des Salines, from which it is only separated by a 2,624 ft (800 m) footpath. It is located on the Trace des Caps, the coastal path that runs along the entire southern coast of Martinique. Its difficult and highly uneven road access on the last kilometer preserves it from the overcrowding of its famous neighbor. More than 0.6 miles (one km) long, the beach is shaded by dense vegetation and opens onto a relatively calm body of crystal clear waters. It offers a view of the Rocher du Diamant and – on a clear day – of the neighboring island of Saint Lucia, some 30 miles (50 km) away.
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