We stayed at a hotel close by so it was super easy access. Lots of parking. It was a very nice place, perfect for relaxation. Lots of palm trees. I liked this beach for its more natural setting. An amazing and constant breeze which is awesome to read a good book and to relax on the beach. There is alot... 更多
This was a great beach with plenty of shade. It is a very good beach for small kids as it was very shallow for a long ways and there was some sort of reef far out where the waves crashed so the water was very calm like a swimming pool closer to the beach. Not many beach vendors here.
On my first trip to Grande Terre, a local told me to try out this beach--we went back again because of the warm turquoise water, shallow enough to just kneel and feel the water hold you up. The coral barrier makes the swimming area like a pool. It is has natural seaweed in parts but very clear water to the... 更多
Perhaps my favorite beach in the entire island! it is a real Caribbean beach, long with white sand and clean water with several shades of blue. The sea is always calm due to the reef so it is ideal if you have small children, less pleasant for adults from this point of view since it is nearly impossible to swim.... 更多
This beach had ample parking, calm clear blue waters, good shade (lots of palm trees) and was a great place to spend the late afternoon and evening. My husband and I went twice, and might have gone more if we'd been in the area for longer. It was not as crowded as the beach in Sainte Anne.
Very nice beach with fine sand and enough shadow to escape the heat. Water was rather shallow where we were, not good for swimming but perfect for hanging around near the shore or some snorkeling, just be careful as in some very shallow areas further out there are lots of sea urchin.
Guadeloupe is one of those places that doesn't get much attention, but is a quiet reclusive vacation spot. If you like to relax and enjoy crystal clear waters, soft sand, and friendly people without being in a tourist trap, you can de-stress here. It helps if you speak French but you can get by with speaking English.