There is no better view than driving into Marigot bay. Breathtaking at every curve. The village iself is quaint, somewhat touristy, but a good mix of the old and new with lots of shops and places to eat. The yacht facilities are world class and strolling around the docks is worth the trip! Grab the little ferry across the bay for a lazy beach day and the fun ends abruptly. The beach is divided in half, with one part public and the other part resort. I STRONGLY recommend hanging out on the resort end by buying a few drinks, therefore giving you access to their side of the beach and facilities. We were hit up by no fewer than 5 men in 5 minutes selling the usual. Granted this was the low season and customers were practically non existent, but after three dudes surrounded my family with a warning about non existent, dangerous sea life in an attempt to get us to move away from our backpacks I had enough and went over to the resort side. I'm sure when everyone is making money it's fine but it was especially aggressive during the low season and now you know.
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