Ensconced amidst sugar cane fields and sandy stretches of the east coast, Trou D’Eau Douce means “Fresh Water Hole” in English. A renowned fishing village, it is believed to be named after a natural spring.
A stroll in the surroundings is a genuine invitation for discovery as you set off to explore the unspoilt countryside with an abundance of green and blue shades. Secret beach gems await as you venture off the beaten tracks to walk alongside the coastline. Originality can be spotted at every corner such as the Mother Mary’s statue sheltered by a “ pirogue”, the island boat at the Notre Dame de Douleur shrine or boats with unique names kept on the roadside. Enjoy great sun and beach time at the Trou D’Eau Douce Beach.