Grand Case Sea Glass Report

by Mary
(Lacey WA)

St Martin Beaches

St Martin Beaches

~ By: Mary - Lacey, WA

Name of the Beach -  Grand Case in Grand Case, Saint Martin:  French side of island

Rate the beach:  Good

The last time I was there was Jan. 2010.  Lots of greens, some pale blue, white, a little brown.  Found some broken pottery...but not sure it wasn't simply decorated tile pieces.

Calm water, little undertow at low tide.   Large crescent shaped beach with few visitors during the day.

Added by David from Odyssey:

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Map of Grand Case, Saint Martin:

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Hotel L'Esplanade - Grand Case, St Martin

TripAdvisor Travelers' Choice® 2012 Winner Top 25

Ranked #1 of 7 hotels in Grand Case
4 of 5 stars 346 reviews
  • “Perfect Honeymoon” 01/11/2012
  • “Loved this place!” 01/08/2012

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