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Pointe du Bout

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Published 02/17/2017

Fodor's Review

This tourist area has a marina and several resort hotels, among them the deluxe Hotel Bakoua and the newly renovated Hôtel La Pagerie. The ferry to Fort-de-France leaves from here. The Village Creole complex with its "residences" for tourists, its cluster of boutiques, ice-cream parlors, and rental-car agencies, forms the hub from which various restaurants and hotels radiate. It's a pretty quiet place in the low season. The beach at Anse-Mitan, which is a little west of Pointe du Bout proper, is one of the best on the island. There are also several small restaurants and inexpensive guesthouses there. The abandoned public housing, a dreadful eyesore, has been demolished. Similarly, the skeleton of the former Kalenda hotel is now being emptied of its asbestos, and the demolition starts in April after the season.

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Les Trois-Îlets, n/a Martinique, 97229, Martinique

Published 02/17/2017


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