Near the Dutch-French border, this picturesque area of sandstone cliffs, white sand, and shoreline caves is a necklace of small beaches that come and go according to the whims of the sea. Even though the western part is more developed, the surf can be rough. It's popular with gay locals and visitors. Break-ins have been reported in cars, so don't leave anything at all in your vehicle. Amenities: food and drink. Best for: sunset; solitude.
Between Baie Longue and Mullet Bay, Cupecoy, St. Maarten