Beauport - Le pays de la Canne
Aquarium de la Guadeloupe
Jardin botanique de Deshaies
Rhum Karukéra
Green Blue Houses
Casino Saint François
village du littoral

Rooster Cove

All round view - Saint-Louis

The Plateau des Coqs (“Rooster Plateau”) that overlooks this sandy cove, tucked between the cliffs, was occupied by Amerindians for a thousand years. It was also the site of the island’s last remaining Carib village. Swimming and diving are limited here now, due to the growth of coral and continued upthrust of the island. The cove features a magnificent view of Pointe de Caye Plate. The path leads down between boulders through dry vegetation before arriving at Anse du Coq Beach, a small and welcoming cove.

Anse du coq in Saint-Louis: a very isolated cove
Anse du coq in Saint-Louis: a very isolated cove
Marie-Galante island. Anse du Coq Trail
Marie-Galante island. Anse du Coq Trail
The Amerindians landed there
The Amerindians landed there
Anse du coq (Cock's Cove), Marie-Galante - Guadeloupe. Dangerous swimming
Anse du coq (Cock's Cove), Marie-Galante - Guadeloupe. Dangerous swimming
chemin bleu
La Baleine Rouge
Baleine rouge 2
pizza del sol

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