Martinique

Le Vauclin

Le Vauclin
The Essential
The seafront, lined with colourful Creole houses and a fishing district, dotted with fishing boats and coconut trees, depict the charm of Vauclin, a quiet village off the main road. Initially devoted to tobacco and sugar cane, the village has now diversified to fruit growing, melon in particular. The coast, which features a string of picturesque headlands and jagged bays, is dominated by the imposing outlines of Vauclin Mountain, the highest peak of the south of the island (504m).

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Coastal headlands path Coastal headlands path
Coastal headlands path
Le Vauclin