Enjoy water activities or sunbathe on sandy white beach. There's plenty of room for everyone to stretch out. There's much more to do now the area has developed into a resort beach.
Positioned in the vicinity of Diamant, 1.5 miles west-southwest of downtown Diamant, Diamond Beach is on the South edge of Martinique. You should consider dropping by even if you aren't staying nearby. While Martinique has beaches that are more secluded than Diamond Beach, it has the right combination of charm and personality to attract beachgoers.
Diamond Beach is Martinique's longest beach at over six miles long. The sand and surf vary along the beach, but palms are ever-present to provide respite from the sun. Just off the coast of Diamond Beach, visitors can glimpse the uninhabited island of Diamond Rock.
There is also a concession stand available. Depending on the season and time of day, you may also be able to get lunch from one of the mobile vendors who are typically found at this location.
Perhaps the most convenient amenity here: picnic tables.
Keep in mind that restrooms won't be found on-site, which is something to consider if you're bringing the kids, or plan to spend all day outside. Diamond Beach is a resort area, but there's enough room to accommodate everyone without getting overcrowded. The beach is mainly populated by tourists.
Visitors will find this beach on the South coast of Martinique. It is near, which is not far from away. Some will choose to walk here, while others will want to take a taxi, and it is one of the attractions in the vicinity.
If you're interested in combining culture with your visit to the beach, you should plan a trip to. This museum is located five miles away, so it could be a welcomed alternative to hot afternoon activities.
If a visit to the Diamond Beach isn't enough to keep you busy all afternoon, the following table shows the closest options.
|Dolphin Encounter Service||4.7||N||Martinique|
|Galerie Sophen||Art Gallery||4.7||N||Martinique|
Diamond Beach is very close to Diamant, so touring the city could be a fun side-trip after visiting the beach. Diamant is the closest city and is not an overly urbanized area, but still has its fair share of things to do. From Diamond Beach, Diamant is just up the road, maybe a mile and a half (two and a half kilometers).
The number of other people sharing spots in the sand can vary widely, depending on everything from the time of day to how full the nearby hotels are. There are not many major hotels nearby, but it's often visited by guests staying at some of the area's smaller options.
Visitors looking for a place to stay not far from the beach shouldn't find it very difficult, as there is no shortage of resorts and hotels to choose from in the area. You'll find the closest and most convenient booking options by looking over what's listed in the table that follows.
|Diamant Bleu||1.3 mi.||ENE||Hotel|
|Diamant Beach||2.0 mi.||ENE||Hotel|
|Domaine de l'Anse Ramier||4.8 mi.||NNW||Guest house|
|Karibea Camelia Residence||4.8 mi.||N||Hotel|
|Club Trois Ilets||5.0 mi.||NNW||Hotel|
|L’Impératrice Village||5.6 mi.||N||Hotel|
|Hotel La Pagerie||5.7 mi.||N||Hotel|
|Residence Village Creole||5.9 mi.||N||Resort|
If you're on the beach and start to get the munchies, don't worry, you'll have plenty of places to dine, without having to go too far. One of the closest places to eat is. The restaurant serves French cuisine. Conveniently, it is just a short, walkable distance away.
Nearby restaurants are listed below.
|(059) 652-0741||French||Very Casual||0.0 mi.||N|
|La Plage Rouge Caraibes||(059) 676-9252||Creole||Very Casual||0.0 mi.||N|
|New Cap||(059) 676-1299||French||Very Casual||0.1 mi.||SW|
|(059) 676-1299||French||Very Casual||0.4 mi.||S|
|La Pasta d'Alba||(059) 658-2653||Italian||Informal||1.5 mi.||NE|
|(059) 676-4374||Caribbean||--||1.5 mi.||NE|
|Pizzbook||(059) 638-7223||Italian||Very Casual||1.5 mi.||NE|
|Ti Pari||(059) 676-4049||Creole||Very Casual||1.5 mi.||NE|
|The P'tit Restaurant||596-76-11-12||Creole||Informal||2.0 mi.||ENE|
|(059) 668-1060||Creole||Very Casual||--||--|
|Il Gallo Rosso||(059) 638-7957||Italian||Informal||--||--|
|Kaza Kebab||(069) 607-9892||Greek||Very Casual||--||--|
Visitors looking for a beach that's right for them will have plenty of other choices on Martinique besides Diamond Beach.
Another location you might enjoy is Les Salines, which is in a pretty active location. It is located 11 and a half miles to the east-southeast. Les Salines is the perfect Martinique beach for travelers seeking bright sun and white sand. If it's a bit of peace and quiet you're after, Grand Anse d'Arlet is an area secluded from lots of tourists and buildings. You'll find it a quick car or cab ride away.
You may also want to consider Anse Mabouyas, located six miles to the east.
Of course, Martinique has hundreds of natural wonders to discover, but taking a swim at Diamond Beach is certainly a fun way to enjoy the area's natural attractions.
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