Although less touristic than Pointe Marin and much larger than Anse Dufour, the beach of Grand Macabou is almost wild. Rent a car and discover the natural and relaxing, southeast of Martinique.
South of the city of Vauclin, south-east of Martinique, the beach of Grand Macabou is certainly the wildest beach –or at least, the best preserved– of the island. Located in a protected natural site, away from dwellings, this beach is accessible but not easy to get to.
To get there, you will follow a small path, the entry point is on the road connecting the cities of Marin and Vauclin. After parking your car, you will have to walk a few minutes in the middle of the sea grapes to reach the authentic beach of Grand Macabou.
On this beach, a little over a kilometer long, fine sand is mixed with some algae –evidence that the site is not touristic. Coconut trees move to the rhythm of the trade wind and only a few crabs occupy the premises.
A little advice from Jumbo Car Martinique : rent an economic car to go to Grand Macabou and to drive across the island.
The beach of Grand Macabou is only accessible by walk, from the beach of Petit Macabou or from a path starting on the road N6 (connecting the cities of Vauclin and Marin). Consider renting a car to go to this path.