Grand CUL-DE-SAC, Most Beautiful Beaches in the World

Saint Barthélemy is an overseas collectivity of France.

Located about 250 kilometers east of Puerto Rico and the nearest Virgin Islands, St. Barts is located immediately southeast of the islands of St. Maarten and Anguilla. San Martín is separated from the Canal Saint-Barthélemy. It is located northeast of Saba and St. Eustatius, and north of San Cristobal. Some small satellite islands belong to St. Barts Island Chevreau including Frégate Island, Île Toc Vers, Isla Tortuga and Îlets Gros. A much larger island, Isla Fourchu is in the north of the island, in the Canal Saint-Barthélemy. Other rocky islets, including Coco, Los Roques the Toevers Tortiie Grogatte [verification needed], the goat and Pan de Azucar. As a leeward island of the Caribbean Sea has an average elevation of 130 m with a coastline of 58.9 kilometers.

The marine
St. Barts forms, Sanmartin, Anguilla and Dog Island, a distinct group that is on the western edge of a flat bench of probes composed primarily of shells, sand and coral. From St. Barts, the bank extends east-southeast, ending in a little tongue or spit. It is separated from the main bank for a limited period of deep water. East of the island at the edge of the shore is 22 km.
Grande Saline Bay provides temporary anchorage for small vessels, while Colombier Bay, northwest, has a patch of four fathoms of water near the entrance average. In the cove of the Bay of San Juan is a narrow cut through the reef. The northern and eastern fringes of the island are just a short distance from the coast, coral reef visible. The reefs are mainly found in shallow waters and are clearly visible. Coastal areas and beaches abound in many of them have coral reefs, some of which are part of a marine reserve. The marine reserve, founded in 1999, covers over 1,000 hectares of protected areas and sensitive habitats, bays and islands, and includes an area that is restricted to scientific observations. Like the sea that surrounds St. Barts is rich in coral reefs and beautiful marine life, the area has been declared a protected area since 1996. Environmental awareness is very pronounced in St. Barts and is promoted by the Environment Committee.

Morne Vitet, 286 m high, is the highest peak on the island. There are some sheep pens constructed with stone walls on the side of the mountain. One path leads to the hill of Grand Cul-de-Sac, where the panoramic views of the coast and valleys can be differently witnessed.Hills topography cover the rest of the island. Two hills near the eastern end of the island are almost the same height to 262 and 250 m above sea level.

Populated areas
Small towns are out on the hills in the interior. Gustavia, the capital of the island is a natural port that has witnessed many historical transitions. Yachts are a common sight in the harbor. The oldest settlement still remaining is the sister people of the village in mainland France Lorient is the city of Lorient on the southern coast of Brittany. The population is divided among 40 districts, which correspond roughly to the settlements. They are grouped into two halves:

Shell Beach (From Grand Anse Galet).
There is a maximum of 22 public beaches which 15 are considered suitable for swimming. They are classified into two areas, windward leeward and windward beaches are popular for windsurfing. San Juan beach is suitable for water sports and all facilities have been created for this purpose. The Long Beach Lorient is a shady and quiet beach compared to the beach of San Juan. The Grand-Cul-de-sac, a long beach with water sports facilities. Toiny Anse beach is in a remote location and is suitable for experienced surfers as the stream of water is very strong.The Anse de Grande Saline beach is popular with nudists. On the leeward side, notable beaches include Anse du Gouverneur, the Anse du Colombier, and Anse des Flamands. The salt pond near the beach Flamands is marshy and is home to tropical birds. [Verification needed] Ile island, a branch of the leeward side, has a white sandy beach. Shell Beach, also called Anse Grand Galet is a beach in the southwestern part of Gustavia. A lot of sea shells are scattered on the beach. This beach was affected by strong waves of Hurricane Lenny in 1999 which led to the erosion of sand. This made it necessary to supplement the beach with new sand in 2000.
On the north coast, at the eastern end of the island, there are two lakes called Anse de Marigot [verification needed] and Anse du Grand Cul-de-Sac.

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