SURF SPOTS

Wilderness, Surf Spot, St. Martin

WILDERNESS

A very beautiful straight line accessible about twenty minutes walking distance via the coast from Petites Cayes. The spot operates by swell from North or North | East and breaks over a magnificent coral reef.

A wave rather easy to access, but watch out for the launch on the reef and the very numerous sea urchins on the edge. Don't forget to bring water!

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Tintamarre, Surf Spot, St. Martin

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Accessible by boat only. Information from the SXM Surf Club.

In the heart of the Saint-Martin nature reserve, the island of Tintamarre is home to one of the most beautiful Right | Left to North | East of Saint Martin.

TINTAMARRE

Grandes Cayes, Surf Spot, St. Martin

GRANDES CAYES

The surf forecast for Grandes Cayes relates to waters near the coast. The breaking waves will often be smaller in less exposed places.

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Le Galion, Surf Spot, St. Martin

THE GALION

The stronghold of the Waterboys & Girls Surf Club since 1995. The Galion spot is a jewel nestled in the heart of the St. Martin nature reserve. Located on the exposed coast. The swell works by East sector | North | East | South | East and the wave breaks about 300 days a year! The spot is ideal for a surf initiation with just a few hours of courses. It also welcomes young club champions during their training.

The spot is located 400 m from the shore, the club offers taxi-boats several times a day. Surf lessons, rental, daily improvement courses!

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The Bowl, Surf Spot, St. Martin

LE BOWL

The most beautiful line of St. Martin is on the eastern part of the island, a little above the Galion spot. The Bowl wave breaks over 200 m on the best days. A magical spot with little traffic but which does not work all year round and not very often. A break point accessible by boat or by the coast.

Beware, only advanced level, the wave is powerful and hollow.

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Guana Bay, Surf Spot, St. Martin

GUANA BAY

Guana Bay is a very exposed beach for surfing on the east coast and it is yet very little frequented. The land winds blow from the west. Most waves are bottom waves and the best direction of the swell is from the east.

The waves break on the left and on the right of the beach. Watch out for surfing cays which can be dangerous.

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Beacon Hill, Surf Spot, St. Martin

BEACON HILL

This spot is also located on the Dutch side between Simpson Bay and Maho in the south of the island. The waves stand out for their power. It definitively is one of the best spots for good surfers.

But beware of the many reefs that make the place dangerous if you are not vigilant.

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Mullet Bay, Surf Spot, St. Martin

MULLET BAY

The fabulous Beach Break at Mullet Bay, located on the Dutch side of the island. The powerful and hollow right and left of the spot, offer physical and committed surfing, body board and skim board conditions, reserved for advanced levels.

The spot operates by swell from the North | West sector. A real wave pool with crystal clear waters.

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Cupecoy, Surf Spot, St. Martin

CUPECOY

Located on the Dutch side near Mullet Bay, this spot is a powerful, hollow and sometimes tubular point break. It works by swell from North | West.

A wave reserved to the most advanced.

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Baie aux Prunes, Surf Spot, St. Martin

PLUM BAY

Plum Bay offers a wave easy to access for beginners, intermediate and advanced. The spot works by swell from the North sector | North | West.

An ideal wave for the practice of long board and stand-up paddle with easy launching.

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Anse des Pères, Surf Spot, St. Martin

ANSE DES PÈRES

This spot is located between Marigot and Friar’s Bay and it is not the most famous of St. Martin’s spots, but trying it is adopting it!

A good experience of surfing is however necessary to appreciate it; connoisseurs are not mistaken.

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