Tintamarre Island, Saint-Martin

Categories: Islands, Beaches, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Inspirock Rating:
4.7/5 based on 240+ reviews on the web
Enjoy the quiet beaches on Tintamarre Island, a deserted 0.8 sq km (0.3 sq mile) island off the coast of Saint Martin. Although currently uninhabited, you might see traces of the island's past in the remains of a cotton plantation, rail track, and abandoned airstrip. Lounge and swim on its pristine white sand beach, or explore the rockier terrain of the wild, rocky beach just a few minutes away. Take advantage of the island's abundant natural clay, said to have skincare benefits. The island doesn't have any facilities, so bring plenty of food and water for your stay. Add Tintamarre Island to your Saint-Martin travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Saint-Martin travel itinerary planner.
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  • Island 1 pinel Island km, with no restaurant or bar, or wc. There is an old plane abandoned airstrip, it takes a real boat, rolls of very often waves on the beach, get her food and drink
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  • We went with a snorkel tour to Tintamarre Island where we swam with the Sea Turtles. It is a preserve and seemed to be very well protected. The Island is pristine though we did not spend much time the...  read more »
  • It is a nature reserve, so you may not be on the island. The dive spots there are exceptional. Every time reefsharks, turtles and sand sharks seen
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