Standing by the Caribbean Sea on the south coast of Martinique, between Le Marin and Le Diamant, Sainte-Luce is a picturesque fishing town that has kept an authentic feel despite its amazing economic boom. As you walk along the seafront, you'll particularly appreciate the typical charm of its colourful huts on the pale sand, and the fishing boats floating on the turquoise water. Lovers of coastal landscapes will find plenty to enjoy as they continue their walk to Trois Rivières Cove along the pleasant coastal path lined by lovely beaches.
But what Sainte-Luce is really known for is its old Trois Rivières distillery, which is now a museum. Open to visitors from Monday to Saturday, the distillery (whose rum is now made in the neighbouring municipality of Rivière-Pilote) welcomes you amid the sugar cane fields, with its old rum-making facilities and beautiful windmill. A sensitively redeveloped site where you can learn more about the history of cane sugar and the process of making cane juice rum (rhum agricole).