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  • Excellent57%
  • Very good30%
  • Average10%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible1%
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“chez raymond” (32 reviews)
“beach bar” (44 reviews)
“nice beach” (33 reviews)
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St Martin / St Maarten
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131 - 140 of 347 reviews

Reviewed 12 July 2015 via mobile

Found Baie Rouge (Red Bay) on our trek to find the west side beaches on the French side of the island. The Red Bay Beach entrance is located at the 90° turn in the road near Nettle Bay. There are walls emblazoned with Baie Rouge...More

2  Thank JChB64
Reviewed 11 July 2015

We stayed in Margot and drove to Baie Rouge in about 15 minutes. The entrance is very easy to miss (located on a curve). There is free parking at the top of the beach and some beach bar and restaurant. We came at 8 am...More

1  Thank Nuniatko
Reviewed 10 July 2015

One of the best beaches on the island of Saint Martin! Secluded calm oasis. If you're looking for a beach where you can relax and enjoy the sea, then Baie Rouge is for you! It is accessible via a private road that is guarded.

1  Thank sitsos
Reviewed 9 July 2015 via mobile

And the best snorkel spot in the island. Gus beach bar has great food and happy hour on frozen drinks starts at 3. Just listen for the horn! Love to float in the water and look at Anguilla!

1  Thank Cratsley
Reviewed 6 July 2015

It’s day four and we’re headed past Maho, Mullet, and Cupecoy for Baie Rouge. Just follow the road and you’ll see the one sign telling you where to turn. In the parking area, you’ll find “Chez Raymond” spray-painted on cement and then you’ll see the...More

4  Thank Virginia S
Reviewed 5 July 2015 via mobile

We went to St. Martin on our honeymoon. We were looking for things to do that were off the beaten path, and decided to try this beach. It was great! Go past Gus Beach Bar and around the rocks to the right. We had to...More

Thank Jake A
Reviewed 1 July 2015

This was by far my favorite snorkeling spot on the island. After you find the place which is hard to do! To find it just go past the blue mall and it will be several miles in on the french side on your left. It...More

2  Thank david n
Reviewed 1 July 2015

My wife and I stopped by Baie Rouge after spending most of the day at Mullet. Parking lot was a little rough, but, plenty of parking is available. We walked down to the beach and it was very calm and a wonderful blue water color....More

Thank peterpan1963
Reviewed 30 June 2015

Baie Rouge is by far one of the best family beaches in St. Martin. There is definitely something here for everyone...beautiful water and scenery...a little more wave action than some of the other beaches, which makes it the perfect place for kids to try out...More

Thank Judy D
Reviewed 30 June 2015

Really enjoyed Baie Rouge. Relatively quiet beach through the week. Good food and drinks available. Two bars to serve the relatively small beach.

Thank Philip A
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Response from stanislas690 | Reviewed this property |
From Marigot you cross the bridge which is at Sandy-Ground and keep driving through Baie-Nettlé Bay. After you have passed the cluster of hotels the road will go up a bit of an incline and then take a sharp turn to the... More
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gina p
8 June 2016|
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Response from Stu C | Reviewed this property |
Baie Rouge is on the French side.
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