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If you watch carefully underwater, the middle of the bay at Anse Noir is home to a number of sea turtles

The gorgeous Anse Noir is one of the only spots on the island of Martinique where you can spot turtles every day. Of all the beaches we visited here, this was hands-down my favourite, I was absolutely besotted. In French, Anse Noire translates to Black bay or cove, and this name came from the black volcanic sands found here.

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