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Terre-de-Haut, is the largest of the only 2 inhabited islands of the eight small islands that make up Les Saintes. Since the island was too hilly and dry for sugar plantations, slavery never took hold here. Consequently, the older islanders still trace their roots to the early seafaring Norman and Breton colonists. The beaches on Terre-de-Haut are beautiful. There’s Pain de Sucre, a miniature version of Rio’s Sugar Loaf, a perfect arc of a beach and the water is stunningly clear. The island’s most popular beach, Plage de Pompierre, is studded with coconut trees. The quaint village is full of shops, bakeries, markets, and restaurants. Nowadays fishing remains a big part of the local economy and it is easy to pass almost a full morning watching the fishermen bring in their catches with their colourful blue nets, on an evening they can be seen gathering on the porches to mend their nets.
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