Anse St. Sauveur
Anse St. Sauveur is divided from Anse Takamaka by a small river. During low tide the beach is about 1,100 steps long and due to the shallow water is not suitable for swimming. At some parts along Anse St. Sauveur a stone wall has been built which protects the street from the sea. Several Takamaka trees and coconut palms provide shade on the beach to relax under. At the west end of Anse St. Sauveur there are giant rocks in the water named Grosse Roche where a local restaurant is situated.
Les Rochers Restaurant
The tastefully furnished restaurant Les Rochers overlooks the rock formation Grosse Roche and the ocean. Creole fish specialties and island seafood are served on the terracce. Open evenings only from Tuesday to Saturday.