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Grand Beach is a wonderful spot a bit off the beaten track and certainly not on the list of "must sees" by the cruise lines and the taxi operators who meet the ships. It is on the French side and is a place a beautiful...More
With very calm water, this beach was the most placid we found. (Though I'm sure can vary on some days.) Only about 40' to 50' wide the whole length. The north end has the public pier, and community swimming beach where local children were pleasantly...More
We spent half a day here at the redone Rainbow Cafe which was very nice. The beach itself I loved for the calm waves (perfect for kiddos) but it’s very thin and in some spots the water comes all the way to the buildings. You...More
There is still a lot of reminisce of Hurricane Irma but the beach town is on the right side of getting back together with restaurants and shops opening up. Definitely put this beach on you stop if you want a quite, intimate beach trip.
We have been to Grand Case many times. While the restaurants and bars on the water side are mostly in ruins, the beach itself has never been better! Still one of my favourite spots in the Caribbean! Love Grand Case! Even without the Love.....,
Beautiful views, fine sand, light surf and clear, warm water make this a world class beach. The beach front bars and restaurants shut down by Irma are returning, one every three weeks or so, but the pristine beauty is now.
We stay at Le Petit Hotel right on Grand Case Beach and enjoy the sun, sand and sea on this beautiful island each year. The beach is not crowded, and is very walkable to Rainbow Cafe for drinks/food or into the town for window shopping...More
I wouldn't normally give five stars to an area with broken public facilities, and debris in the parking lot with construction occurring everywhere, but wind the clock back a year and this community deserves it.
Aim for the municipal parking lot and walk to the...More
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The roads are all clear and the damage repaired. The only time travel was impaired was when the roads were partly excavated for utility installation, which should be complete by now. All wreckage and debris have been... More
The roads are all clear and the damage repaired. The only time travel was impaired was when the roads were partly excavated for utility installation, which should be complete by now. All wreckage and debris have been cleared. There is visible damage to buildings, especially Oyster Pond, Maho and Orient Beach.
There are plenty of shops and restaurants open, probably more than half of what there were before, with more opening continuously.
The beaches are all open and beautiful, near pristine. They all have at least a few places to eat, drink and rent chairs.
It is almost like going to the island twenty-five years ago, before it got so built up (I know, I was there).