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This small beach was recommended by a local for spotting parrot fish (which we did see). The water is quite calm, we saw a number of snorkelers.
There are also beautiful rock formations at this beach. We really enjoyed it and would recommend it over...More
This was close to our hotel, the Fairmont. We decided to check it out during our scooter excursion. It's just amazing to see the cool rock formations......When we got there, there was another couple taking pictures. Other that that, the place is deserted. Highly recommend...More
This is great gem of a beach that is smaller and much less crowded than Horseshoe Bay or Tabacco Bay Beach. Right off the main road down a path to the beach. The snorkeling here is great for experienced individuals, but is not ideal for...More
Walked here from Gibbs Lighthouse, took about 15/20 minutes. Port-a-potty's are at top of hill with 2 rooms for men and 2 for women. Wooden steps down to beach. Beach and waterway are larger than Tobacco Bay, with just as many fish to see when...More
Just west of Horseshoe and far less crowded (though there are no facilities here) is Church Bay.
This beach offers the best snorkelling on the south shore with parrotfish and others coming right up to shore and along shallow reefa that strech out from the...More
There were no umbrellas for rent when we were there in June, however you could find some shade by the rocks. Public bus runs from the boatyard to church bay beach. If you ask bus drivers, they will generally let you off... More
There were no umbrellas for rent when we were there in June, however you could find some shade by the rocks. Public bus runs from the boatyard to church bay beach. If you ask bus drivers, they will generally let you off where you ask to be let off (along the route). No food at beach either but Gibbs Lighthouse isn't far and there are several restaurants in that vicinity. (1 stop I think)