Things to see and do - Rivière-Pilote
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Rivière-Pilote Travel guide
Rivière-Pilote : Michelin's recommendations
Off the beaten tourist track down the coast between Le Marina and Ste-Luce, down the river of the same name, this pleasant village is delightfully peaceful. Not to be missed for its market and pretty wooden houses, it is also home to one of Martinique's most famous pits (cockerel combats) and to a working distillery.
Tourist attractions Rivière-Pilote : Things to see and do
The enchanting little beach of Anse Figuier and its calm water are lined by a lush green garden and are easily accessible. The gently sloping beach, a great favourite among families with young children, also has a play area and a snack bar.
Set in an old restored distillery, the Ecomuseum of Martinique charts the island's history through its different settlers and their customs. Reconstitutions, scale models and themed presentations provide a clear and fascinating overview of local life..
A tradition in Martinique, cock fights, while not to the taste of everyone, are nonetheless popular and fervently attended by enthusiasts and betters alike. Pitt Cléry is also the venue of snake and mongoose fights. However, the betting, music, danci..