Palm trees hide the tranquil Marigot Beach, the only spot with grey sand on the island. This narrow, rocky beach attracts those seeking privacy and a sheltered beach experience. Bask in the scene among wildflowers and watch for sharks or turtles. Try swimming or snorkeling to further explore this site. To visit Marigot Beach and other attractions in Grand Cul-de-Sac, use our Grand Cul-de-Sac sightseeing planner.
Marigot Beach reviews
We stopped for a look at Marigot during our drive around the island. Much to my surprise, it was deserted mid-afternoon. Not sure why, because it’s a pretty stretch of beach with calm, clear water... more »
The local people love Marigot beach; there is a coconut grove, a natural reserve, very nice for swimming in clear water and snorkeling; white sandy beach, ideal to go winth family or friends. more »
We went to all the beach areas on the island. All were pristine and beautiful. The local people love Marigot beach; there is a coconut grove, a natural reserve and is very nice for swimming in clear water and snorkeling
No bathing due to algae pollution... Pity she looked pretty this beach yet...
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