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Baie de Pompierre

The horseshoe-shaped Baie de Pompierre is perhaps Terre-de-Haut's loveliest beach: a reef-protected golden strand with a splendid setting. There are even tame goats that mosey onto the sand and lie down next to...

Fort in Terre-de-Haut

Fort Napoléon

Built in 1867 on the site of an earlier fort destroyed by the British in 1809, this installation sitting over 100m above sea level affords a splendid view of Bourg des Saintes and the surrounding islands. Walk...

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Anse Crawen

The oddly named Anse Crawen is a secluded, clothing-optional beach just a couple of minutes’ walk down a dirt path that starts at the southwestern end of the Terre-de-Haut coastal road.

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Anse à Cointe

Two kilometers southwest of Bourg des Saintes is Anse à Cointe, a good beach for combining swimming and snorkeling. The snorkeling is best on the north side.

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Anse Rodrigue

South of Grande Anse and about 2km from town is Anse Rodrigue, a nice beach on a protected cove that usually has good swimming conditions.

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Baie du Marigot

Baie du Marigot is a pleasant little bay with a calm, protected beach about 1km north of Bourg des Saintes. It’s fairly close to Fort Napoléon, so most people without transport end up here, especially those with...

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Grande Anse

Easily one of Terre-de-Haut's best beaches, long, sandy Grande Anse unfortunately has rough water conditions, and swimming is not allowed. The north side of this windy beach is backed by clay cliffs and the...

Viewpoint in Terre-de-Haut

Le Chameau

A winding cement road leads to the summit of Le Chameau, which at 309m is Terre-de-Haut's highest point. From Bourg des Saintes it’s a moderately difficult hour-long walk to the top. Note that you're not allowed...

Mountain in Terre-de-Haut

Pain de Sucre

The Pain de Sucre (Sugarloaf) is an imposing 53m-high basalt peninsula. You’ll find good snorkeling and a sandy beach here.