Anse La Liberté
During the colonial period, the beach was used by enslaved persons from the nearby Anse Mahout sugar estate for recreation and bathing. Evidence of this past era can still be seen in the caves used by freedom fighters found on two of the trails at Anse La Liberté.
The site features a diverse landscape featuring ridges and valleys, with both dry scrub forest and rainforest plants as well as many varieties of edible fruit trees remaining from the former agricultural estate. Some 17 species of birds have been sighted at Anse La Liberté, and the charm of bird life at the site is best experienced generally during early morning and late afternoon.