Background: One can access this beautiful beach via a dirt road a few meters past the entrance to the George Odlum Stadium in the south of the island on the way to the town of View Fort. This peaceful and quiet beach is frequented by families and hotel guests who crave to be in a calm atmosphere. It is a part of the greater Point Sables Environmental Protection Area (PSEPA) that includes Sandy Beach, the Maria Islands and the light house on Moule-a-Chique Peninsular all of which can be seen on the far right from Bois Chandon Beach.
Average Width: 45feet/14metres
Responsible Authority: National Conservation Authority
District: Vieux fort
Accessibility: Road, Public Access, Track and Trails.
Geographic Features: Natural vegetation
Usage: Family gathering, picnics, fish, recreation and hotel water sports.
Shore type: Sandy shore 85% seaweed 15%
Bottom conditions: 80% sand 20% sea weed