Baie de l'Embouchure
South of Galion Bay, the Atlantic Ocean meets the mangroves, where many bird species come to nest. With the incoming tides, water enters the mangroves via a natural estuary of immaculate sand. Over time, a nook-like beach with crystal-clear waters has developed. Its wild beauty is a delight for nature-loving lovebirds looking for a bit of intimacy. Kayaking or stand-up paddleboarding enthusiasts can get to this remote are from Galion Bay. If you look closely, you’ll be able to see the island of St. Barthelemy from here.
- National or Voluntary Nature Reserve