Beaches and water-based activities
If the place has been so popular in the last past years, it is also thanks to a huge beach
which offers a very pleasant environment and regulates the potential problems of crowd. The beach is touristic indeed, but its large space is so big that you will probably not even notice it. However, it is important to mention that if you like calm swims, the water won’t suits you. Often violent with strong waves and an intense wind, bathing is not recommended for children
and it is advised to stay careful in all circumstances.
Nevertheless, if you like to try water-based sports, the spot is ideal for you. Respecting the security measures required, you will be able to dive
in one of the most heavenly environment. You’ve always dreamed of swimming with turtles
? Hesitate no longer, it’s time! With an absolutely divine fauna and a flora, do not miss this unique experience for all publics with the Diamant Sub Club. You prefer to be on water than exploring the ocean depths? Why not try jet-ski? Indeed, the offers are various and will please all needs in order to make you have a memorable stay on the island.
If you prefer to walk and enjoy breathtaking point of views, le Diamant will be your paradise. Climb to the top of Morne Larcher to enjoy a unique view on the south of Martinique, the rock and the island Sainte-Lucie. Sport and getaway guaranteed!
2 cultural activities
are not to be missed during your stay on the island. First, the house of Bagnard: Inhabited by the sculptor Médart Aribot until his death, the sculptor built this small space in 1960 after he went to prison for having participated to murderous electoral riots in 1925. Full of history, it would be a pity to miss the visit of this doll-house so reputed in le Diamant. Second historical must-see, the memorial Anse Caffard, also known as Cap 110, is today a place of memory for the atrocities of slavery. Built for the 150th anniversary of the abolition of slavery, the work of the memorial is made of 15 chests of people in reinforced concrete, all looking towards Cap 110 (east-south-east) to Africa and the Gulf of Guinea: a meaningful visit which is worth it.