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Charnie M wrote a review Mar. 2018
Orlando, Florida31 contributions16 helpful votes
I didn’t go to the beach but if you go there, definitely try food from Chez Matante. Delicious grilled seafood!
Date of experience: March 2018
Briana A wrote a review Feb. 2018
Sylvania, Ohio120 contributions44 helpful votes
The sunset was to die for! Absolutely gorgeous! Not sure how it happened, but our friend walked away with about 20 large inflamed red bites on one hand. Not sure if they were from the sand or what? Nice beach though.
Date of experience: February 2018
Rrobounou wrote a review Sep. 2017
24 contributions2 helpful votes
I love lobster. The lobster was spiced so nicely but not that fresh. The grilled conch vendors sold amazing conch. The kenepas were a bit small and not as sweet and juicy compared to the ones I found in port-au-prince.
Date of experience: August 2017
James B wrote a review Sep. 2016
Port-au-Prince, Haiti3 contributions2 helpful votes
Gelee is the place to be when visiting Les Cayes. Go in the late afternoon for a cold Prestige and some great seafood. It is not fancy but makes up for it in character. Sit outside of a row of restaurants and enjoy watching people, and hanging with random dogs. Great fish, lambi (conch) and langouste (lobster). Not fancy, but darn good. I prefer the lambi! My favorite little spot, and one of the most popular is "Ma Tante". Yes, the beach is dirty, but the ocean couldn't be more beautiful and you can always say, "I was in Gelee!"…
Date of experience: September 2016
Jean Francois D wrote a review Sep. 2016
Pondicherry, India20 contributions1 helpful vote
a beach, durty... not to swim.. but some nice little restaurants... a must of Les Cayes. if you like beaches, push all the way to Port Salut.
Date of experience: August 2016