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For other places with the same name, see Sainte-Anne (disambiguation).
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Sainte-Anne is a city in the extreme south of Martinique. Sainte-Anne has many white sand beaches, including the famous Salines beach, forming a perfect arc of a circle and considered one of the most beautiful beaches in the Lesser Antilles. It also has, more to the east, an arid sector with the savannah of petrification and the Salines pond. This municipality, pilot of sustainable tourism, has very beautiful beaches bordered by coconut palms, 22 km of white sand shoreline and turquoise water which make it true landscapes of postcards.

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  • The city has some of the best white sand beaches of the island : Anse des Salines, Anse Trabaud, Anse Michel.
  • The town centre is a small but unspoiled tourist village, with small shops around the church square.
  • Ruins of the Crève Coeur dwelling, listed as a Historic Monument. They have been the object of restoration for several years.
  • Cabrits Island Lighthouse
  • Salines Pond Ramsar Site
  • Habitation of Val d'Or known as the "Moulin de Val d'Or", a Historic Monument
Notre-Dame de Sainte-Anne Church
  • Notre-Dame de Sainte-Anne Church


Savane des Petrification
  • 1 Savane des Petrification. Hike to the desertic southern tip of the island. Savane des Pétrifications (Q3474455) on Wikidata
  • Kitesurfing at Anse Michel
  • Take the ferry to Islet Chevalier
  • Anse Trabaud sometime has good waves for body boarding





  • Club Med : resort hotel.


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