It is divided into 2 "regions", the south and the north.In the south, the landscapes are more arid and made up of hills that can reach up to 505m in altitude (Vauclin mountain)
All along the coast, there are small bays called "coves", where the beaches are superb with clear water and white sand.
In the north, the relief is more mountainous and the vegetation is very luxuriant. Dominated by the Peeled Mountain (highest point of the island at 1397m), the Pitons du Carbet and Morne Jacob, this part of the island offers volcanic sand beaches.
In the north, you will find pineapple and banana crops.
On the Atlantic side, few beaches are accessible because the coast is very steep and as if jagged by the ocean (see circuit n°2).