Plage de Pompierre, Iles des Saintes

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The Plage de Pompierre is a beach of Terre-de-Haut, one of two islands in the archipelago of the Îles des Saintes in the French Antilles. It is 800 metres long, and overlooks Pompierre Bay on the northeast coast of the island, and is protected from the trade winds by the presence of an islet. It is the most sought after by tourists and is planted with coconut trees.

The Bay has been classified as a natural site under the terms of the so-called Law of 2 May 1930. Motor boats and sailing boats are strictly prohibited from entering or anchoring in it.

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  • This is a nice well protected little bay with good sand and lots of trees for cover. I personally would have liked to be able to rent some beach chairs. However there were none for rent. There are....  more »
  • We stayed at and AB&B and walked to every beach on the island. This was one of the last and the best by far. The beach is about 800 meters end to end., in a cove protected by an island. Off to the...  more »
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  • Family picnic @ Pompierre!
  • quiet beach, clean, good for swimming and snorkling
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