One of the top beaches in St Barth. It is never crowded compared to most places. It takes a bit of a hike over the rocks but the view from the dunes makes it all worthwhile. Bring your own umbrella and drinks as there is no service on the beach as it is completely natural with not buildings, cabanas, etc.... 更多
We were visiting St. Bart's on a day trip and rented a car. Me, the spouse, and my in-laws. As is my habit, I asked the car rental guy where a local might go to enjoy the island and get away from the tourists. He gave me the names of three different beaches. While driving we saw a sign for... 更多
One of the prettiest beaches on St. Barths....clothing is definitely optional for the "beautiful" people....beautiful sand and beach views....everybody stops by Saline...
We come to this beach every time we are in St Barths. Parking is plentiful if you don't mind walking 5 minutes from the side of the road leading up to the beach. Mornings are best when the wind is less active. Beautiful sandy beach protected on 2 sides. Water is spectacular and very calm in the mornings. It appears... 更多
Best beach in St Barth! Long secluded beach with good waves for bodysurfing. Naturists on either side of the beach. Clothed tourists in the center. Good snorkling along the cliff and the small reef in front of the beach. Go in the morning when there are fewer people and the sun is not so strong. Good restaurants in walking distance... 更多
This is our first trip to St. Barth, chosen specifically because it affords several great naturist beaches. The Grande Saline Beach is one of these, and I highly recommend it. There is some parking space for about 50 cars or so, but no matter what time of day, the lot gets filled up quite quickly. You may have to wait... 更多
After parking the car, there is a path to walk to the beach which has a lot of rocks and has to go up and down, As soon as you see the beach, it is all worth it.
Great beach away from the hotels. Water can be a bit rough but I didnt mind it. Pack cooler and snacks as there is nothing there. Great spot.
After driving around on the Ilse of St Barths we found this lovely beach. There is a parking lot, with a nice and shady walk to the beach. Enjoy that, since it is the last shade you will see for a while. The beach is quite large and secluded, not too much wind.
After parking close to the beach, there is a short path past beautiful dunes down to the water. Arriving at the water, if one turns left and walks all the way to the end of the beach, one will find the nudist 'section.' No facilities on the beach, and few bathers. Simply fabulous!