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Le Vauclin Travel guide
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The seafront, lined with colourful Creole houses and a fishing district, dotted with fishing boats and coconut trees, depict the charm of Vauclin, a quiet village off the main road. Initially devoted to tobacco and sugar cane, the village has now diversified to fruit growing, melon in particular. The coast, which features a string of picturesque headlands and jagged bays, is dominated by the imposing outlines of Vauclin Mountain, the highest peak of the south of the island (504m).
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From Petite Anse Macabou as far as Cap Macré , the headlands' path is both relatively effortless and also commands great views of the coast. The path will take you past very varied landscapes (mangroves, pristine and touristy beaches, beach mornin..