Once you’ve turned on the road leading to Le Morne, and you’ve passed the little roundabout (see Le Morne beaches page), the road carries on straight for a little while, with the mountain on your left and the hotels on your right. After the Dinarobin hotel, the road turns sharply to the right and then left again.
Just after these sharp turns, look at the mountain and see if you can see the ‘one eye’ spot on its right edge. Children especially love searching for this man’s profile in the rocks.
The first access to the beach is right there on your right, opposite the monument for slaves.
You enter little sandy roads leading you to the sea.
Casuarina trees offer nice shade all along this beach, where there is a lot of space to get comfortable!
The sand is nice and white and the sea crystal blue on a nice weather.
There can be some currents in the sea, even close to the beach, so caution should be taken when swimming with young children.
At the end of the beach, there is a little snack bar called ‘Emba Filao‘ where you can grab something to eat or drink. They are very popular as they offer a wide range of snacks and meals. On week-ends, they do get very crowded.
It is a very nice beach with Le Morne mountain in the background. Don’t forget to screen the sky as you may even see one or two tropicbird flying around as they like to nest in the rock wall of the mountain.