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Visited 3x over a few years. 1st on cruise day trip from Philipsburg, 2d for about a week in February, 3d for a week to enjoy the beach this month (October). It is the only section of Orient Bay beaches to have a swim area...More
We visited on a Friday and enjoyed a walk along the shore, which was a large area. We even ventured to the closing optional section. That are still shows damage, maybe from Hurricane Irma, but the beash is beautiful.
This is a gorgeous stretch of beach. It is still recovering from the hurricane but there are a couple of restaurants open. If you get a chance to visit, you should definitely stop at La Playa ( teal chairs & white umbrellas). Bruno & his...More
Located inside a great secluded upscale neighborhood, surrounded by security cameras. Clean and with some establishments for food, drinks and groceries. The beach has a lot of sports vendors and it is super clean. You definitely need a car to get here. Enter by the...More
Beautiful popular beach with restaurants, watersports and beautiful people. Water is warm, calm and clear! Great place to swim, relax, ride the jet skis, jump on the trampoline (meters from the beach), parasailing, etc. Overall a fun beach day experience not to be missed!
We spent 3 of out seven days at this wonderful beach. We stayed close to the resort, and rented chairs and umbrellas. Emerald green water, blue Caribbean sky. Lots of activities for those who like that sort of thing. Vendors were common - but polite.
People go on vacation to get away! People go on vacation to forget! People go on vacation to relax! Having been to St. Martin 8 of the 9 past years, we like others missed 2018 because of Irma, Returning in 2019, we found the island...More