Marianne Beach is the last stop along the North Coast Road and it is the largest and most popular beach found in Blanchisseuse
Marianne Beach is the last stop along the North Coast Road and it’s the largest and most popular beach found in Blanchisseuse – the once-secluded fishing community that has become a popular weekend getaway, with holiday homes and guesthouses spotted along the drive. The beach stretches for two kilometers, starting from the bustle of the busiest side of the village and ending with serenity at a freshwater lagoon – which was created by a dam of shifting sands between the beach and the nearby clear Marianne River. The lagoon is great alternative for swimming when the sea gets too rough. The beach has become a site revered for worship by Orisa devotees who pay homage to Olokun, diety of sea, ocean, wetlands, swamp lands, maritime and coastal environments.
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A breathtakingly awesome 50 foot waterfall with a lovely plunge pool for a rejuvenating swim.
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