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Baie de Saint Jean, Saint Barthélemy 97133, St Barthélemy
Currently closed for a full renovation and refurbishment through December 22, 2018, due to damage sustained during Hurricane Irma.  

With its breathtaking setting, the iconic Eden Rock exudes French art de vivre in the heart of the...
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Gustavia, St Barthélemy
This is not your average image of a person chopping up a fish; this is a Gustavia fisherman prepping his fresh catch of the day, hauled in from the sea earlier in the morning. Fishermen in St Barths traditionally haul in their catch in the...
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Anse de Toiny, Toiny 97133, St Barthélemy
Dinner at Le Toiny Restaurant is a full frontal assault on the senses; as if the spectacular ocean-side setting were not enough, the culinary witch doctors at Le Toiny, led by executive chef Jean-Christophe Gille, whip whimsical French classics...
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Plage de Lorient, St Barthélemy
Backed by the green of mountains flecked by red rooftops, Lorient Beach is an unspoiled stretch of white sand and beautiful blue water. Favored by locals, fishermen, and visitors, this north coast beach has excellent surfing at one end and calm...
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Plage de Saline, St Barthélemy
Saline is the most beautiful and the most famous beach in St. Barths. From the shore, you cannot see any building: no fancy bar, no posh restaurant, nothing. Just the wild beach and you. Saline Beach never really gets crowded, as the island is too...
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Shell Beach, St Barthélemy
For an amazing sunset you can take a little hike from the port of Gustavia, following the signs for Plage, and turn up the street behind Bagatelle. From there you have two choices but I recommend both. 1. Take the first right-hand turn and walk up...
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Grand Cul-de-Sac, St Barthélemy
Did you know that St. Barths had a lagoon? It is located in an area called Grand Cul-de-Sac. The waters are transparent, warm, and shallow: You can actually walk across the lagoon, with water rising just up to your waist. The best place to enjoy...
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Anse de Toiny, Toiny 97133, St Barthélemy
The beach at Hotel Le Toiny is blessed with some of the calmest water surrounding St Barths, which makes it the perfect place to pick up a paddleboard and set out for a day on the sea. The fact that the beach, with its golden horseshoe of...
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Anse de Grande, or Saline Beach, is one of the most beautiful on all of St Barths. Shallow, calm water offers plenty of opportunity for snorkelers - no matter your experience level - to get beneath the waves and experience one of the most alluring...
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Gustavia, St Barthélemy
Jimmy Buffet has been a visitor to St Barths since the 1970s. He can usually be found there in the last days of December, jamming with some friends in one restaurant or another. Right in the center of Gustavia, the capital city, stands a dive bar....
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Flamand Beach is one of the least crowded bits of seaside delight St Barths has to offer. The beach itself is long and wide, and during the winter, high, rolling waves make this a perfect place to learn how to surf (swimming is rarely treacherous,...
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34600 Gary St, Nehalem, OR 97131, USA
Nehalem Bay State Park boasts 5 undeveloped and uninterrupted miles of sandy beach. Even when the adjacent campgrounds are full, you may just have a stretch of personal space the size of a football field. Just book your stay well in advance--as...
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2740 S Pacific St, Cannon Beach, OR 97110, USA
For those of you familiar with the iconic 1985 film, the Haystack Rocks meant the world to kids from the Goon Docks. It had always been a lifelong dream of mine to venture to the setting of the movie and find my own "treasure." The Pacific Coast...
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Cape Kiwanda, Pacific City, OR 97112, USA
The Oregon Coast is always spectacular, but on warm, sunny days like this, there are not many better places to be. This photo is looking north from the top of the sand dunes at Cape Kiwanda in Pacific City. Climbing these dunes in a few minutes...
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Short Sand Beach, Oregon 97102, USA
California is usually the state most associated with sun-drenched beaches. But in my opinion, the Oregon coastline trumps the Golden State in terms of sheer beauty. Located 10 miles south of the more popular Cannon Beach is Oswald West State Park,...
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Port Angeles, WA, WA, USA
You'll find the Second Beach trail head located on La Push Rd on the Quileute Indian Reservation. After a 0.7 mile hike through the Olympic National Forest you'll emerge from the trees to a nest of driftwood clustered up to where the the trail...
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45500 CA-1, Big Sur, CA 93920, USA
One of my favorite campgrounds in Big Sur is the big open meadow at Andrew Molera State Park. It's great for large groups and it's one of the best bases for hiking and surfing in the area. More than 20 miles of trails run throughout the park's...
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Gibson Rd, San Francisco, CA 94129, USA
Every once in a while, the sun shines bright in San Francisco and every city residents flocks to the nearest park or beach to soak up the sun and day drink. Baker Beach, in the confines of SF, seems worlds away from city life. The view of the...