Located in the east end of the island of Grande-Terre, in the municipality of Saint-François, the Castles Headland is a protected place, famous for the wild beauty of its scenery reminiscent of Brittany. Listed as a Great National Site, this sea spray-kissed land, which takes its name from the shape of its rocks, can be explored along a steep trail that begins near the beautiful beach of Anse des Châteaux. Please note that swimming is very dangerous there due to strong currents.
A beautiful walk of about 1 hour, where you can admire preserved flora and extraordinary landscapes, especially from the top of the headland adorned with a cross and two orientation tables. From there, enjoy an exceptional view of the island of Grande-Terre, the rocks of the Castles Headland, the Atlantic Ocean and the island of Désirade in the distance!