Named after the Carib word for "fish," this village was a prosperous tobacco town in the 17th century. Today its cliff-top location affords magnificent views of the sea, the mountains, and—on clear days—the neighboring island of Dominica. (Do not confuse it with Cap Macabou, which is near Le Vauclin.)
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This quiet little town has two sights worth visiting. Built in 1923 to commemorate those Martinicans who fought and died in World War I, Balata...
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