The beaches of Vieux Fort are often long and wind-swept, with white sands and sea grape trees backing the property. Most are great for watersports, but locals enjoy visits to these beaches for family picnics and memory-making. Over-all, they are quiet, but you're never far off from a bar or restaurant.
You will find a large selection of beaches to consider visiting in and around the area. Snorkeling is an option at several locations, for those who enjoy this relaxing pastime. You can click on the name of the beach for a detailed guide to that particular location.
One beach that's good for snorkeling is Jalouise. This beautiful beach can only be reached one of two ways -- either through the Jalousie Hilton Resort, or by boat. Those not staying at the resort are still welcomed, however.
Another option worth considering is Soufriere Beach. A quiet beach in the north of Soufriere Town, it is visited mainly by locals. Boaters also enjoy Soufriere as there are a number of spots for boat anchorage.
Anse Chastanet: Anse Chastanet features gigantic lush palm trees, which provide cool shady spots for beachgoers to escape the scorching afternoon sun. Rolling green hills add to an interesting contrast to the pale gray sand here.
The table right below shows more details concerning the beaches that can be found in and around the area.
|Anse Chastanet||12.8 mi. Northwest of Central Vieux Fort||South West|
|Anse Couchon||Ti Kaye, 15.5 mi. North-Northwest of Central Vieux Fort||West|
|Anse des Sables||0.7 mi. East-Northeast of Downtown Vieux Fort||South|
|Jalouise||10.3 mi. Northwest of Central Vieux Fort||South West|
|3.9 mi. West-Northwest of Central Vieux Fort||South|
|Soufriere Beach||Soufrière, 11.8 mi. Northwest of Central Vieux Fort||South West|
|Vieux Fort||0.9 mi. South of Downtown Vieux Fort||South|
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