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Diverse ecosystems and rich biodiversity
Renowned for its hiking trails and for the diversity of its ecosystems, the Caravelle peninsula juts out into the Atlantic Ocean from the eastern coast of Martinique. Seen from the air, its general shape resembles a rocky horseshoe dotted with beaches and steep cliffs. Each year, more than 200,000 visitors discover the features of its landscapes and the richness of its biodiversity. Despite an apparent uniformity here, the variety of its habitats - dry forests, herbaceous savannas, mangroves, etc. - is home to a rich flora of 179 species of phanerogams. As for its macrofauna, it consists of a hundred species, including 78 species of birds.
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