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Ah, the dilemma: which of St. Barth's spectacular beaches today? The beautiful expanse of white sand at Anse des Flamands? The tiny cove of Anse de Grand Galet, where shell (galet) mounds beg to be sifted and bustling Gustavia is just a short stroll away? An all-over-tanning day at Anse de Grande Saline or Gouverneur, where discreet clothing-optional basking goes beyond St. Barth's de rigeur topless sunbathing?
How about a truly secluded beach, one reachable only by boat or via a hike along a billy goat trail? Or one rich in atmosphere, like Anse de Corossol, with its colorful fishing boats?