Pain de sucre beach

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Pain de Sucre Beach
Often likened to Rio’s Sugar Loaf, and likely named after it because of the resemblance, Pain de Sucre Beach is an idyllic stretch facing an emerald and blue cove along Les Saintes’ Bay. It’s off the beaten track and away from the larger daytime crowds, which makes it even more special. You have to take a short, leafy hike off the main road, onto to a series of rocky steps leading to the beach. Boats occasionally moor nearby because the snorkeling is great, as is the sunset.
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