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Reviewed 28 June 2015

This place is alittle hard to find. You are have keep your eyes out for little signs. Once you find there is a small parking lot and stairwell that takes you down to the beach. There are two beach bars that both have great drinks...not...More

Thank SteelCity13
Reviewed 27 June 2015

This is one of the best beaches on the island. We will always go back, snorkel to the right of the beach and around to Devil's hole (the arch) for an amazing adventure.

Reviewed 19 June 2015

We only had a few minutes but wanted to see Red Bay. The sand was really nice - a little coarser than typical sand and a tan color. Also a great view of Anguilla and cliffs on either side of the beach.

Thank Brian R
Reviewed 17 June 2015

We loved the beauty of this beach and the water. Great white sands and warm blue water made this a spot we came back to twice. My only warning is that there is a section of the beach that is frequented by a few "clothing...More

Thank kmellander
Reviewed 16 June 2015 via mobile

Visiting this beach on a saturday afternoon. Families, tourists and local people were there too. Lovely beach, water etc. There are two restaurants for a drink and food. Be carefully with them: they change the price (raise) when you like to pay..

1  Thank aldert-sxm
Reviewed 14 June 2015 via mobile

I was there in June so it was not crowded actually empty. I got there by car but I am pretty sure you can reach it by bus. Cool turquoise water and golden sand is just beautiful.

Thank Carolina Z
Reviewed 13 June 2015 via mobile

If you are looking for a more remote beautiful beach with few tourists, this is it. The sand is somewhat red (or so they say) and a different texture, hard to describe, but lovely. Lots of chairs and umbrellas at $30 USD for 2 for...More

Thank Vivs_Adventures
Reviewed 11 June 2015

Easily our favorite beach to visit while we were on Saint Martin. It's about a 10 minute drive from Simpson bay and just down the road from Maho. There's road construction at the entrance to the beach with only a small sign marking it. Can...More

1  Thank Nick I
Reviewed 2 June 2015 via mobile

We were taking a site seeing tour of the French side. You park just off the road& it's a short walk to beach. Can be very rough waves, some phenomenal pictures ***do not leave any valuables in car***

1  Thank Mimaw-Cuyler
Reviewed 13 May 2015

My first visit here was in October of 2010. Surf was extremely rough and not swimmable. Came back to see what it was like to find the surf calmer (still a little rough for small children) but a lot of the sand was gone, exposing...More

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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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Response from Stu C | Reviewed this property |
Baie Rouge is on the French side.