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5 days in Martinique and Guadeloupe on a superyacht

5 days in Martinique and Guadeloupe on a superyacht

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Les Saints, Snorkelling
Day 4

Les Saints

It’s worth spending some time relaxing after the trip from Martinique exploring these islands on foot. The tiny village of Bourg des Saintes is a delight, with art galleries and colourful Creole buildings. There are breathtaking views from Fort Napoleon, built in 1867, and from the peak of Le Chameau, at 305 metres, the highest point on the island.

Only two of the nine islands are inhabited, so it’s wonderful to be able to explore the archipelago from the luxury of your own tender and find a secluded cove all to yourself. With crystal clear water and abundant sealife the snorkelling is fabulous.

Picture courtesy of Vlad61/Shutterstock.com

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