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No words can describe Saint Martin, you have to experience it. From the peaceful unspoiled beaches to the busy, active ones, Saint Martin is alive.
Follow the rhythm of waves breaking on the white sand lining the coast.
Some 35 beaches encircle the island, both the French and the Dutch sides, each one different in its own way and a paradise in itself.
Surfing, scuba diving, wake-boarding, windsurfing, sunbathing, eating in a trendy restaurant or organizing a barbeque with friends or family.
Saint Martinís beaches offer activities or relaxation for every taste. Let us take you on a tour of the islandís beaches .......
Starting on the West coast, we set out from Pointe du Canonnier, in the Lowlands Region (Terres Basses) at eastern Point, where we find Baie Longue followed by Baie aux Prunes, two unspoiled beaches, relatively deserted except for a few intrepid surfers.
This part of the island is so quiet you may have the beach to yourself.
If you continue on to Baie Rouge, the last beach in the Terres Basses, you will find it less deserted. Get out your masks and flippers to explore the underwater world.
Around the rocky point a snorklerís paradise awaits.
Further north, a thin strip of road leads you to Nettle Bay area, washed by the lagoon on one side, the sea on the other.
Here, the beaches are serviced by the many hotels and all kinds of watersports and activities are available. Perched above the waterfront of Marigot, Fort Louis overlooks the beach of Galisbay.
Further north, Friarís Bay faces the island of Anguilla. Well protected from the swells, this beach is a local.
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