A 6,232 foot bay stretches at the end of the hotel. Its clear waters, against a backdrop of fine sand and coral reef, show schools of fish. It attracts mainly divers. The sun bathers come in to cool off. As for water sports (pedal boats, canoes, sailing and other motorsports), they criss-cross the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea. The site, quite secluded, is guarded. An island, dotted with deck chairs and parasols with roofs of palm leaves, mushroom offshore. Beyond the bay, the hotel has a second beach, which is wilder. This is the part belonging to the Colonial hotel, opened recently and the Tropical hotel, the fourth facility. Under the Environmental Programme it is here that sea turtle eggs are collected, preserved in wooden trays placed on a height. A water basin, which must be installed between the Caribe and the Tropical, serves as a nursery. A drawback: with two other hotels, you might wonder if the beaches are sufficient to fill all customers and whether they will retain their exotic charm.