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“A big beautiful bay!”

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Reviewed April 21, 2012

There is a reef, kiteboarding, snorkeling, beachside bone fishing, lots of sand and wind, a park and restaurants for lunch and good refreshments. We usually go to the Guanahani or one of the other restaurants for lunch and laze around and take long walks.

Thank William L
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Reviewed April 12, 2012

best beach in st barths water sports are great. restaurants yummy

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Reviewed April 9, 2012

Its a nice beach and the restaurants there are good. The only issue is that there is a body of water inland that at times can get a little smelly. Its not bad on the beach but getting there is not so nice

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Reviewed March 30, 2012

Not deep enough for a great swim, but a quiet lovely beach

Thank Rebecca C
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Reviewed February 27, 2012

We are very big into activities on our trip and were able to do everything here. From Kayaking to Stand-Up Paddleboarding (OUR FAVORITE) we were able to have fun on the beach all day. It's relatively inexpensive to rent here. The parking can be tough, so we always parked in the restaurant "La Gloriette". It's right on the beach. Every day that we went here we parked here and ordered lunch while we sat on their beach chairs. We spent the day rotating between beach chair and activities, sprinkled with beers and lunch. Or, if you don't want to order lunch and would rather go to Le Sereno for lunch (very cool and chic) then just pay 10 Euros for a chair. No biggie for the whole day. They also offered scuba trips (1/2 and Full day) and fishing trips. This is a must-see beach if you want activities. We went in February and it was NOT crowded at all.

Thank Kate D
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