We discovered this beach in 1995 when a Princess Cruise deverted to St. Bart's because St. Maarten's was overcrowded with cruise ships. To this day, it is one of my most remembered beaches in the Carib after a half dozen cruises. Gentle but present waves. West/northwest views.
Hike was a trip, but that is part of the reason it is more private. There were probably 4 or 5 sailboats in the bay when we went. Crowd went from my wife and I only, to maybe a dozen people. The beach was not extremely long or deep, but everyone had some sense of seclusion and privacy. I remember sandy bottom, not much coral or rock in the water. Great swim, good snorkling. There are a half dozen beaches I really like in the Carib and Hawaii, and this beach has always been among my favorites. No hotels or easy tourist access. It was along time ago that we were at Colombier Beach.
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