: Located within the half-moon shaped Baie de l'Embouchure, this gorgeous beach features clear, calm, and very shallow waters, making it a perfect choice for families with young children or for those who dislike swimming in waves.
The beach offers chair and umbrella rentals as well as a beach bar/restaurant and a water-sports operator.
Because it's a bit more work to get here than the other beaches on the island, there was quite a good number of people camping, which I had only seen on Le Galion Beach.
: This skinny and narrow mile-long beach lines the town of Grand Case.
: Often referred to as the most beautiful beach on St.
Martin, this is likely the island's most visited beach.
Fee-based classified advertisements may be placed here.
Since access to this beach requires more work than others, it wasn't as crowded as some of the other more popular beaches and appeared to be frequented by more locals than tourists.If you want to spend the day here, you'll have to bring everything with you including food and drink as there is not a single facility available.I would not recommend this beach for families with young children.We read this in the guidebooks, on the Internet, and were warned more times than we can remember while on the island.While major crime is essentially non existent on the island, petty crime such as theft has been a problem and based on the numerous stories we were told, it's better to be safe than sorry!