Anguilla’s best spots:
COVE BAY is famous for its crystal and turquoise waters. Lunch at the Smokey’s Bar in a laid back atmosphere.
SHOAL BAY is renowned among the 5 best beaches in the world, sand is white flour while the waters are so clear. An absolutely must see!
CROCUS BAY is an incredibly little cove which is famous for its rock where you can jump from. Sensations guaranteed. The rock is surrounded by amazing cliffs and offers a nice and calm spot for snorkelling.
PRICKLY PEAR is a true paradise with a great snorkeling spot, a preserved beach and 2 nice restaurants right on the beach.
SANDY ISLAND is located in the channel between Anguilla and Prickly Pear. The shallow water cove is protected by a reef and you can eat at the restaurant. This is really a place you can’t miss if you love deserted islands.
St Maarten most scenic spots:
TINTAMARRE is a deserted island located in the Marine Park of St Martin’s French side. This is surely the best spot to swim with turtles. There is also a shipwreck on the North side of the island. Picnic on request, with lobster barbecue for example.
PINEL ISLAND is another great spot in the Marine Park of the French side. With 2 restaurants on the main beach, you can taste fabulous lobsters, feet in the sand, with a touch of French atmosphere.
CREOLE ROCK is THE spot for snorkeling. It is located in Grand-Case Bay, only accessible by boat .