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Marina du Marin, Le Marin, Martinique

Marina du Marin is located in the south of Martinique, in Le Marin commune. It’s one of the largest nautical bases in the Caribbean, ideally situated in a protected bay close to the best beaches in Martinique. The long white sand beach at Les Salines if often hailed as a postcard-perfect setting with coconut palms leaning over the turquoise waters. From Les Salines you can easily reach the beaches of Grand Terre and Anse a Prunes, at the southern tip of the island, then continue to the Petrified Savannah, an ancient dried marsh that got its name from the numerous fossilized tree branches and trunks that were once found here but now have completely disappeared as they were taken away by collectors and local residents. Two enormous rocks called Devil’s Table and Hell’s Point can be seen rising from the sea at a short distance from the coastline. The petrified savannah is one of the stops of the "Trace des Caps" hiking route that runs along the southern shoreline of Martinique.


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Le Marin is a French commune situated in the Martinique department, a French overseas territory in the Caribbean Sea. Le Martin is the main administrative point in the Southern part of the island. It lies in a rich area visited by thousands of tourists each year. The main reason that accounts for this region’s prosperity is its marina that hosts hundreds of yachts and small boats and is considered the largest one in the Caribbean.

Le Marin is one of the oldest establishments in the Martinique. The first historical written evidence that referred to Le Martin date back in the middle of the 17th century. The place developed from a small village home to less than 200 inhabitants. Le Marin was a frequent target for British attacks, and it was destroyed in 1673, but rebuilt by the beginning of the 18th century. In the 19th century, a fast-paced industrialization and development process began due to the woodwork factory which brought more inhabitants t... more info

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