Marigot Bay is a charming little bay, deep and lined with coconut trees.
On the left before the lagoon, beach bars allow you to quench your thirst. The rasta can climb up the coconut trees with bare hands to get you a good fresh coconut. A long mooring is installed on one of them, leaning over the water, and allows you to take Tarzan for a somersault.
At the bottom, in a second basin, a small marina protects luxurious yachts, and restaurants serve you feet in the water. Some wrecks abandoned to their sad fate increase the side "hideout of pirates" of the place. Children will enjoy!