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Le Carbet Beach Le Carbet Martinique: Pictures and description
What is the history of Le Carbet beach?
Le Carbet beach is the place where Christopher Columbus landed in Martinique in 1502, thus inaugurating the exploration of this island. It is also the site of settlement of the first French settlers led by Belain d'Estambuc in 1635, laying the foundations of the French presence in the region.
If you have booked one of our Martinique vacation rental offers in the south of Martinique, we strongly advise you to stop on Le Carbet beach when you come back down from the North to enjoy the sunset. Several restaurants and bars are located on the beach. Our favorite: The Wahoo Café with ambient music and large sofas facing the sea. The cocktail with a view of the sunset is a great way to end the day!