Located just a few meters from Anse Noire, Anse Dufour is completely different. The sand is golden-white.

Two small restaurants line the beach. Small palm trees provide shade. You can admire the colorful traditional fishing boats called locally gommiers lying on the sand.

The fishing hamlet along the beach is very quiet and charming. The beach is relatively uncrowded, and the underwater world is renowned for its tropical fish species, starfish and sea turtles.

A bat cave is nearby.

It's an ideal beach for those who want to enjoy the peace.

To get there from the north or the center, follow the southwest direction (Trois-Ilets then Anses d'Arlet) via the D7, where a sign on the right indicates access to the beach. From the south, head towards Diamant Anses d'Arlet on the D7 until you see the signs for the beach access road.

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