We visited Jalousie Beach on two days in July of 2007.
The beach has imported white sand, which was only a minor improvement over the native sand we'd encountered elsewhere on the island.
The chairs and shade "huts" are for the use of Jalousie residents only, although I believe you can rent them for an outrageous sum. There is plenty of sand on which to spread your towel, however.
There is a roped off reef to the right of the beach at the base of the Petit Piton. There is a pretty steep drop off, but lots of coral and fish to see before the ocean floor drops into the "abyss." We saw many types of parrot fish, a baby moray eel, trumpet fish, and many others. My husband even saw a baracuda.
One day we ate lunch at the Bayside Bar and Grill. The prices were excessively high, but the food was tasty.
We explored the plantation a bit, and found the remains of some of the sugar mill machinery.
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