Surf Spots, St. Martin

SURF SPOTS

features, geolocation, weather forecasts for each spot

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SURF SPOTS

features, geolocation, weather forecasts for each spot

Where to surf in St. Martin?

St. Martin is a Caribbean island where you can practice activities and water sports all year long, from boating to kite surfing to the simple pleasure of swimming in the turquoise waters of the lagoons, sea or ocean, not to mention scuba diving and of course, surfing. On the French side as well as on the Dutch side, several famous spots offer possibilities for everyone, from beginners to most experienced surfers. Everyone will find their favorite type of waves, but according to the vagaries of the ocean and the weather, these are not always passable. Here no mandatory combination as the water temperature is pleasant even for the most chilly. It is under an omnipresent sun with the most beautiful panoramas that skiing addicts will appreciate our spots for their tranquility because we are indeed away from hyper-busy areas where everyone has to share their space while waiting for their turn. Here are the best spots of the island to discover as soon as possible:

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St. Martin is a Caribbean island where you can practice activities and water sports all year long, from boating to kite surfing to the simple pleasure of swimming in the turquoise waters of the lagoons, sea or ocean, not to mention scuba diving and of course, surfing. On the French side as well as on the Dutch side, several famous spots offer possibilities for everyone, from beginners to most experienced surfers. Everyone will find their favorite type of waves.

But according to the vagaries of the ocean and the weather, these are not always passable. Here no mandatory combination as the water temperature is pleasant even for the most chilly. It is under an omnipresent sun with the most beautiful panoramas that skiing addicts will appreciate our spots for their tranquility because we are indeed away from hyper-busy areas where everyone has to share their space while waiting for their turn. Here are the best spots of the island to discover as soon as possible:

Where to surf

in St. Martin?

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Surf Spots, St. Martin

SURF SPOTS

FEATURES

GEOLOCATION

WEATHER FORECAST

FOR EACH SPOT

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ALL THE SURF SPOTS

OF THE ISLAND

FEATURES

GÉOLOCATION

WEATHER FORECAST

FOR EACH SPOT

Galion Lagoon

Located on the east coast in the heart of the nature reserve, it offers beautiful little waves almost all year round. This beautiful site is often frequented by beginners and therefore by surf schools that can also rent all the necessary equipment.

Galion Reef

Galion Reef spot is a jewel nestled in the heart of the nature reserve. Located on the coast exposed 400 m from the shore, the spot works by swell sector east / north / east / south / east. The wave breaks almost all the year. A good paddling session is required to access the site. Taxi boats are available on site. (source windyreef.com)

Wilderness

Located at the north end of St. Martin. A nice swell reserved for experimented surfers that can be reached by walking either by Cul-de-Sac in the East or by Anse Marcel in the West. Whichever path is chosen, it is an opportunity to admire a wild and calm nature that contrasts with much more crowded places.

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Anse des Pères

This spot is located between Marigot and Friar’s Bay and it is not the most famous spots in St. Martin, but yet trying is adopting it. A good surfing experience is necessary to have fun; the connoisseurs are not mistaken.

Plum Bay

Located opposite the 2 previous spots, that is to say at the western end of Terres Basses. Beginners can risk it with caution, the beach is beautiful and the wave from the bottom of the cliff will take you to the center of the bay without hindrance. Pure happiness!

Mullet Bay

The most famous tourist beach on the Dutch side not far from the Princess Juliana International Airport, is characterized by a rather short wave but of high intensity in case of significant swell only. Beginners refrain.

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Beacon Hill

This spot is also located on the Dutch side between Simpson Bay and Maho in the south of the island. The waves are distinguished by their power and make it one of the favorite spots of good surfers. Be careful however to the many reefs that make the place dangerous if you are not careful.

Cupecoy

Located in Dutch part near Mullet Bay, this spot is a powerful, hollow and sometimes tubular point break. It operates by swell north / west. A wave reserved for the most experienced. (source windyreef.com)

Garbage Heap

The surf forecast for Garbage Heap is for nearshore waters. The breaking waves will often be smaller in less exposed areas.

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Guana Bay

Guana Bay, on the east coast, is a very exposed beach for surfing and yet very little used. The land winds blow from the west. Most waves are bottom waves and the best direction of the swell comes from the east. The waves break to the left and to the right of the beach. Beware of surfing cays that can be dangerous.

The Bowl

The most beautiful right of St. Martin is on the eastern part of the island, a little above Galion spot. The wave of the Bowl sweeps over 200m the best days. A magical spot and little used but that does not work all year and not very often. A break point accessible by boat or by the coast. Attention level confirmed only, the wave is powerful and hollow. (source: windyreef.com)

Tintamarre

In the heart of  St. Martin nature reserve, the island of Tintamarre is home to one of the most beautiful spot Right / Left North / East of St. Martin. Access by boat only (source windyreef.com)

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