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Anse de Grande Saline, St. Barths

Listed under Beaches in Anguilla, St Martin and St Barths.

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Wonderful sand, in a large bay remote on the south of the island, completely undeveloped, but a couple of restaurants not far away (walkable) where you can head for lunch in the heat of the day. Nude at the western end.

Written by  James Henderson.

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Anse de Grande Saline

Now that the salt ponds on Anse de Grande Saline are no longer used, the beach has an abandoned feeling, further emphasized by the long stretches of empty sand. Fish swarm about the rocks on the southern end of the beach.

Great for swimming - but be wary of nudists - although nudity is banned in Anse de Grande Saline, some people feel compelled to rebel against this law, generally at the east and west ends. Maybe they just want to spice up the sleepy tone of this Caribbean paradise?

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