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A natural area hailed for its beauty
The natural area of the Caravelle peninsula, on the eastern arm and Atlantic coast of Martinique, is considered by many to be one of the most beautiful sites on the island. 7.4 miles (12 km) long, it culminates at Morne Pavillon at 620 ft (189 m) above sea level and offers visitors marked discovery trails and multiple beaches (Anse L'étang, Anse de la Brêche, Anse Bonneville, etc.). From a geological point of view, the peninsula with rugged coasts located in the middle of the island constitutes the oldest part of Martinique, with the region of Sainte-Anne in the extreme south. It is partially occupied by a nature reserve managed by the Martinique Regional Nature Park that ensures the protection of its dry forest and savannah as well as its mangrove.
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