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Between mornes and the south Caribbean coast
In the heart of a landscape formed by the surrounding mornes (volcanic mounts or mountains), the small Martinican town of Anses d'Arlet aligns its houses with Creole architecture along a cove of fine blond sand. A large wooden landing pontoon seems to emerge from the church and sink endlessly into the sea. Internationally renowned, it divides the beach into two parts. On the right stretches a long strip of sand exposed to full sun and rather reserved for anchoring fishing boats. On the left, the turquoise waters of the southern Caribbean coast are available to swimmers.
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