Behind that well elaborated area, you will find an untouched part of Pinel Island. Follow the tiny trail full of iguanas on the side and escape to the Northern side of the island. You will discover a wild beach protected by a reef. From the top of the hill, just pay attention to the breathtaking colours of the sea, the beach and the grapefruit trees : in other words, the perfect mix ! Just go down to the beach and appreciate this peaceful and quiet moment. And please, don’t feel ashamed if you also get this funny feeling of being the modern Robinson Crusoe ;)
Go back to the top of the hill and take the path on the left hand side of Pinel Island. First, you will have a fantastic view of Saint Martin’s sister islands : Green Cay, Saint-Barth, Tintamarre, and Anguilla. Take a picture and keep going… You will end up in the last beach of Pinel, the most wild one, chosen by the locals to camp on week ends or on Easter day. Snorkeling is not always possible over there but when the sea & weather conditions are reunited, this spot is a must !