The perfect representation of our eastern coast: Strong winds, lively waters and waves crashing on dark basaltic rocks. Walking into the lava rocks will let you admire natural pools and streams of crystalline water; swimming into the lagoon, coral and algae groups well-visited by playful fish. Pointe Quatre Cocos is located between Palmar beach & Trou d’Eau Douce beach, a not-so-known spot by tourists but very popular among local picnic’ers. It’s long shore makes it an interesting walk for beach trekkers, offering a contrast of colors, textures and isolated spots to relax only with the visit of birds. Next to the beach you can enjoy a wide and shadowed stretch of greenery ideal for jogging, biking or camping.
Unfortunately the public beach doesn’t count with much (if any) trash bins, for which we’ll ask you to keep your trash together and bring it back home, to avoid the visual and marine pollution that threatens this place every weekend.