Very small beach but the only one with shells so as a shell collector (started when traveling 20 years ago throughout the world) it was a must to see. We may go back to snorkel as we were told it's good for that but there...More
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Took the Edge to St Barth for $100 rt.The sail was very choppy and took longer.had to wait in Gustavia harbor for 30 minutes before allowed to dock.Walked to the beach from the harbor(20 minutes).It was worth it.Although the beach is public,there is a restaurant...More
This beach is a cute, quaint and off the beaten path. Be sure to wear shoes because the beach is completely made up of shells. Beautiful photo op location or place to quietly enjoy the sea.
This beach has changed since we were last here 10 years ago. There's still a restaurant here which is convenient if you're going to spend the entire day on the beach. We didn't go this time around. Parking was also more difficult to find. I...More
Loved Shell Beach! Looks just like Da Adolfo in Positano, except Shellona is much fancier! Rock cliff formations on either side where folks hide, sun, or just hang out. Water is great for swimming and snorkeling. Great spot for shelling and collection beach glass! Grab...More
As for me it's the best beach on the island! The water is crystal clear, very nice lagoon, and good bar with good music.
Tops optional o this chic beach where the locals go to sun, snorkel and take quick break from work, The water's always warm and calm but be watchful of rocks. There are cool spots to hide and make romantic. I love it there.
I really like Shell Beach but have not gone early in the day. The sand area is truly covered with shells and it is just really pretty and unique. Our young children enjoy finding shells and we like the beach for sunset time. The water...More
In the past we've always loved Shell Beach and Do Brasil. We enjoyed the entire vibe...very funky and laid back. The bar on the lower level often had live music and the beach was a happy mix of local people and visitors. We had reservations...More