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We stayed in near this village during our two week stay in Saint Barth. It's different from other parts of the island being more authentic. Not much to see except for the quiet beach that has a view over the fort in Gustavia. During the...More
This beach is very small. It has the feel of a quaint little village. Many of the locals live here. After visiting all of the high-end places and seeing all of the luxury villas, it was very enjoyable to see normal homes with a small-town...More
This beach is in a nice fishing village so you can see all the boats in the harbor while swimming. The water doesn't drop off very quickly so that's another benefit in addition to the calm waters. And even though it's a fishing village don't...More
It's a authentic village with traditional fishing boats, the "dories"; the beach has the same name as the village, it's a small beach and the only one of the island with brown sand;
in the village you discover also the typical creole houses of the...More
Probably the smallest beach that is on our trip. We only saw one person reading in a chair. You share the beach with small boats. A little difficult to find, but we checked it off of our list of beaches to see on the island.
We drove here specifically to see the shell museum. It was closed when we arrived, but there was a sign on the door -- be back in 5 minutes. After 45 minutes we left. Meanwhile, we took a short walk on their very small beach...More