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Reviewed July 8, 2018

We went on June 27, 2018. There was some seaweed on the beach, but hardly any in the water. Not enough to make us turn away and think the beach is ruined. The wind was strong, so we were not able to use the beach umbrella we brought. The sand did blow a lot, but if you were in the water, this was not an issue. Very short walk to the beach from the parking area. There are sections where the dunes are being restored after Irma.

1  Thank Duke104
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Reviewed June 28, 2018

Unfortunately, like Gouverneur, this beach is completely unusable. Seaweed is everywhere. We were told it's been a problem in the summer months for the last 3-4 years.

Thank C J
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Reviewed June 26, 2018 via mobile

This beach is now improper for use. It is covered with sea weeds and you simply cannot enter the water, not to mention the smell which will prevent you from even sitting in the sand. One of the most beautiful beach on the island totally ruined. No visible efforts to do any type of cleaning. It has been like this for a week! Other beaches impacted are Gouverneur, marigot, and the cost on Grand fond is spoiled making the excursion to the pools risky and not nice because of the horrible smell

1  Thank likitornot
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Reviewed June 12, 2018 via mobile

Attempted Morne Rouge from Saline Beach. Steep rocky poor footing . Watch out for goat droppings , cactus , and barbed wire. Made it half way and turned around. Beach itself was on windward side rough seas with seaweed on beach. Few nudists out at 7 am. Scenery from bluff above the beach was nice

Thank george i
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Reviewed May 20, 2018 via mobile

Beautiful water, easy access and not very crowded. It’s a great spot if you are trying to sight see geriatric nude sun bathers. JK! It was lots of fun!

Thank DrNolaDerm
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Reviewed April 29, 2018 via mobile

This is the only beach where one feels free to swim nude. It is still wild and beautiful, unlike other beaches where development has flourished.

Thank Andree L
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Reviewed April 27, 2018 via mobile

The best way to get there is too Rent a car and Explore a Bit off The Island. For sure the best way to go there is later off the afternoon to avoid some crowd

Thank marcelisf
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Reviewed April 3, 2018

I go there for the cloathing optional beaches, beautifull beach but no organigation : no bar no risto no omrella no chairs, but beautiful for it

1  Thank aldo i
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Reviewed March 11, 2018 via mobile

I like to go to Salines in the early morning
You can do a nice walk on the beach
One of the biggest beach in St Barth
Bring your picnic if you want to stay the day
It is a national park reserve
So pure and beautiful
No habitations !!!!! A little paradise

Thank oliviergenet
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Reviewed March 6, 2018

We rented a quad bike to tour the Island and swimming was a requirement. Anse de Grande Saline is a short walk from the car park and a beautifully unspoilt beach away from tourists. I loved body-surfing in the rollers. Didn't see any naturists.

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