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All you need to enjoy Anse de Grande Saline are sunglasses and a smile – that's because this unspoiled beach is known for its nude, but discreet, sunbathers. This is a little ironic, because Grande Saline is also known for having inadequate shade (recent visitors suggest bringing an umbrella if you sunburn easily). You also won't find any restaurants in the immediate area, and visitors seem to like it that way, saying the vistas and surrounding scenery give beachgoers a break from modern civilization. 

If you're interested in Anse de Grande Saline, you'll find it stretching along the southern coast of St. Barts. You can drive here by following Rue Lubin Brin from Gustavia or taking D209 east from Baie de St-Jean. If you're looking for a more lively beach or one with a variety of of water sports, venture to Anse de Grand Cul-de-Sac or Baie de St-Jean

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#1 Baie de St-Jean Perhaps it’s the brilliant aquamarine water or the glamorous sunbathers, but the Baie de St-Jean (or the Bay of St. Jean) could make you swear that you were basking ... Read more » Christian Wheatley / Getty Images

#2 Anse des Flamands Unless you're staying at a hotel on the northwest side of the island you may never see this beach, but travelers looking for a quieter (and wider) stretch of ... Read more » Christian Wheatley / Getty Images

#3 Gustavia During the day, St. Barts' capital city is abuzz. The harbor town is shaped like a horseshoe, and traditional sightseeing is limited to Fort Gustav (which dates back to the ... Read more » Christian Wheatley / Getty Images

#4 Anse de Grand Cul de Sac Those interested in water sports – including kayaking, windsurfing, kite surfing, even fly fishing – should visit Anse de Grand Cul de Sac. Especially since its reef-protected waters are warm, calm and ... Read more » Natasha Sioss / Getty Images

#5 Anse de Colombier You have to seriously want privacy to visit this remote beach, which hides at the bottom of a steep, cacti-lined hike down from the main road along St. Barthélemy's ... Read more » Photo Tan Yilmaz / Getty Images

#6 Anse de Grande Saline All you need to enjoy Anse de Grande Saline are sunglasses and a smile – that's because this unspoiled beach is known for its nude, but discreet, sunbathers. This is ... Read more » Natasha Sioss / Getty Images

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Grand Saline Beach  picture in St. Barts
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Anse de Colombier picture in St. Barts
Grand Saline Beach  picture in St. Barts

One of the most popular beaches on the island, Baie de St-Jean is separated into two stripes of sand by the Eden Rock resort.  Christian Wheatley / Getty Images

Those looking for a quiet and secluded beach experience should visit Anse des Flamands on the northwest side of the island.  Christian Wheatley / Getty Images

The capital city of St. Barts, Gustavia is home to some of the most luxurious shopping, dining and nightlife in the world.  Christian Wheatley / Getty Images

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It doesn't get more secluded than Colombier Beach. Visitors can get there by boat or a steep hiking trail.  Photo Tan Yilmaz / Getty Images

Known for it's nude sunbathers, Grand Saline Beach is ideal for those who want seclusion and undisturbed sands.  Natasha Sioss / Getty Images

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