Boating home in Grande Anse-d'Arlet, Martinique

After Lunch at Grande Anse-d’Arlet, Martinique

For many of those lucky enough to lunch along the shores of Grande Anse-d’Arlet, this is what the “drive” home looks like. The bay, with its generally calm seas (especially at the southern end), is a haven for the sailing set. Mooring balls dot the northern and southern ends of the bay. A sturdy government jetty makes tying up and getting ashore a breeze. A small collection of local eateries line the sand. It’s a bit of a walk to the best of them – Ti’ Sable. You’ll appreciate the distance, though, once it’s time to leave. Walking off lunch at Grande Anse-d’Arlet is just that supremely sweet.

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