The beaches of Gosier tend to feature white sands and turquoise waters, but little shade. Still, the waters are calm and there are usually facilities to take advantage of, so if you are staying in town there is no need to seek the beauty of the island's beaches elsewhere.
You will find a large number of beaches to choose from in the area. Whether you prefer people watching, or you prefer a more secluded spot, you're likely to find what you want. For more information concerning one particular beach you can click on the names of the ones you want to know more about.
A local beach where snorkeling is popular is Callinago Beach. Callinago Beach is a small crescent-shaped beach backed by the Callinago Hotel. Palm trees line the beach and proved a lush backdrop of shade.
Another good choice for those who enjoy snorkeling is Bas-du-Fort. Avoid all of the crowds of the city and plan to visit the beach at Bas-du-Fort, where the beaches are hardly ever crowded. This is one of the best places to stay if you'd like to be near but not in the capital city, and it is conveniently located near the international airport.
Anse Vinaigri: The small beach is distinguished by the dam that was made, creating a cove protected from rough waves. In addition their are several palm trees and tropical vegetation on the beach, though they are well maintained.
The beaches in Gosier can be seen right below.
|Anse Vinaigri||1.5 mi. East-Southeast of Central Gosier||South West|
|Bas-du-Fort||1.3 mi. West-Northwest of Central Gosier||South West|
|Callinago Beach||0.7 mi. West of Central Gosier||South West|
|Creole Beach||1.0 mi. West of Central Gosier||South West|
|Ilet du Gosier||0.4 mi. South of Central Gosier||South West|
|Petite Havre||2.0 mi. East of Central Gosier||South|
|Salako Beach||0.2 mi. West-Southwest of Central Gosier||South West|
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