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Anse Colas

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Leaving Anse-Bertrand in the direction of Port-Louis, one kilometer after La Chapelle stadium, on the right, just after the Indian pear trees, a rough path leads to Anse Colas. We leave a succession of centenary ponds, including the charming Goudou pond (Ma Goudou), we pass a few ruins of dilapidated walls, and we arrive in an enchanted clearing. Anse Colas is a shallow natural reservoir that opens onto the sea through a pass where the waves rush in. Very popular with fishermen in the town and the neighborhood, especially for fishing for "zofi" (fish that looks like an eel), this small cove offers a well-sheltered beach area and a grassy area surrounded by thickets. Very popular for picnics during the Easter period and the Pentecost celebrations, it is a good place for relaxation for the family surrounded by nature and a stage of choice for walkers walking the Pointe Plate trail which connects from Chapel beach to Port-Louis beach (North Grande Terre Trail).

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