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Colombier Beach, Anse des Flamands

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Bask alongside calm blue waters in seclusion, as Colombier Beach offers a white sand landscape with a quiet alternative compared to nearby beaches. The bay is only accessible by boat or on foot. The walk takes about 30 minutes and travels along a rugged goat path while featuring stunning views of the island. Dive in the coral-filled water and snorkel among the abundance of diverse marine life. Shady palm trees provide a respite where you can gaze over the water and watch the few private boats that come and go. Pack drinks and snacks, as there are no services in this area. Plan to visit Colombier Beach during your Anse des Flamands vacation using our convenient Anse des Flamands trip itinerary planner.
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  • There are multiple approaches to reach this beach and the one from Flamands Beach offers a lot of drama, some you may enjoy, some you may not. I can’t speak to the other approaches. There is cliff.....  more
    There are multiple approaches to reach this beach and the one from Flamands Beach offers a lot of drama, some you may enjoy, some you may not. I can’t speak to the other approaches. There is cliff.....  more »
  • Beautiful beach with soft sand and stunning water. We hiked the goat path from the lookout point and while a decent effort on the way back up it was a short hike. We were glad to have a beach tent... 
    Beautiful beach with soft sand and stunning water. We hiked the goat path from the lookout point and while a decent effort on the way back up it was a short hike. We were glad to have a beach tent...  more »
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  • Our family started the hike on the Oceanside trail (following the cliffs). Everything was manageable for 3/4 of the trail, but the last 1/4 was too challenging for my parents (60s) and they had to turn around. It got very narrow and required some bouldering without any protection if you slipped. They were nervous because of the threat of rain (wet trails) and it was also very very windy. My husband and I continued and were rewarded with a beautiful, secluded beach. The hike (in my opinion) is worth it, but you should be self aware of your physical ability and comfort with heights.
  • Phenomenal beach with great snorkeling. It’s not crowded since you need to hike around 10 minutes to get there. Its also a nature preserve so you stand to see some sea turtles

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