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Grande Saline Beach

Anse de Grande Saline | Chef Enrico Manzini, 3386719373, St. Barthelemy
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Watch out prudes, this beach is not for the shy: nude sunbathing is the norm at this beach.
  • Excellent71%
  • Very good24%
  • Average3%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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Reviewed yesterday

Natural surroundings and topless along with nude sun bather, but who's complaining? Overall, great place to get that all over tan. Watch the sun though. My wife never needs sun screen and is now tan as a berry, but after a few days she put...More

Thank wokeup
Reviewed 1 week ago

It really earns its reputation of one of the top beaches in the world. We loved it here. The water and beach were clean and relaxing. Quiet, not a lot of people. Sun bathers do go au natural sometimes.

Thank pischa247
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The most gorgeous place on earth! So beautiful and breathtaking... ⚓️⛵️🏝 Very secluded and private! Bring your own chairs and umbrellas! Enjoy!

Thank Alisson B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Had it not been for the seaweed due to the time of year I would consider this a 5. It's a short hike in that can be done in slip flops and worth the trek. Simply put, a beautiful gem!!

Thank caribbeanqueen913
Reviewed 12 June 2017

We spent every morning on Saline. The beach is long and flat so you can get some exercise. The water is relatively calm for swimming and snorkeling. This is our favorite beach.

Thank nqh1223
Reviewed 31 May 2017 via mobile

Drive past Tamrin and L'Espirit to find this beautiful unspoiled beach! Park in the lot and it's a short hike then over a sand dune. No shade, services or chairs, so BYOB! Gorgeous cove to the far left, but be careful going over the slippery...More

Thank CarsonsMommy
Reviewed 8 May 2017

We stayed at Fleur de Lune which is a 5 minute walk to one of the most beautiful beaches on the island. Clean sand and clear waters!

Thank Bruce b
Reviewed 2 May 2017

Lovely and clean stretch of beach in St. Barth's. This beach is "clothing optional", but when I was there most people wore swimsuits. Walking distance to a few good restaurants.

1  Thank strevisa
Reviewed 17 April 2017 via mobile

I think this place is heaven on earth. It's a stroll from the car park via a path and a dune but once you get to the beach it's stunning. No concessions again and no shade but a long lovely beach with some waves. The...More

2  Thank 5headedmonster
Reviewed 15 April 2017

Fantastic beach area for hiking and beach walks, variety of terrain for photo shoots. Some nudists in area. Nudist hotel nearby.

1  Thank trip647
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KDG2098
Good evening, my wife and I are very interested in our first visit to the Caribbean, while we have been to Bermuda and Asia many times, this would be our first visit to the Islands. We are extremely interested in your help to set up a perfect match. We love nudism but also enjoy dressing formally on occasion. First, if you do not mind, some questions: 1. How close are you to the beach, it does not seem like you are directly on the water? 2. How difficult is it to travel to your location, do you know if there is any direct flights from Boston? 3. What is the shopping like in the area, can we walk there? 4. We would be traveling with arrival on 30/July, departure on the 5th/Aug, depending on things, we might consider making the departure on the 6th? 5. Could you tell us what units might be available for these dates, and what is the rate for each, considering two adults? Please specify in US$. 6. What is the cost to rent a car for a few days, we probably would not want one for the entire stay? 7. What would you require for a deposit and when would balance be due? 8. We know this is clothing optional, and have been AANR members for years, so understand the proper use of cameras, but my wife is into photography and loves pictures, using common sense, and care about taking pictures, is this a problem at your location? 9. What is the best process for doing reservations? 10. What is in the local area to see, with or without clothing? Anything else you can forward us would be very much appreciated and assist us in our planning. Sincerely,
15 March 2017|
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Response from Marc P |
i am not sure to whom you are addressing this question. there is nothing at Salines. no hotel. no restaurant. no villa. no facilities. perhaps you meant these questions for one of the hotels? closest is Salines... More
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lovetosnorkel1
7 June 2016|
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Response from Karen M | Reviewed this property |
I would totally go and stay in St Barth's for a few days. It's magical. So relaxed. We stayed at the Saint Christopher Hotel and loved it. You should rent a vehicle when you are there so you can get around the island... More
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