The island's most picturesque town is set in the heart of the French side on a beach at the foot of green hills and pastures. Though it has only a 1-mi-long (1½-km-long) main street, it's known as the "restaurant capital of the Caribbean." More than 27 restaurants serve French
, and Vietnamese
The budget-minded love the half-dozen lolos
-- kiosks at the far end of town that sell savory barbecue and seafood. The Grand Case Beach Club
is at the end of this road and has two beaches where you can take a dip.
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