Love the beach, sand, ocean, waves, windy so you tan without noticing, perfect, no kids as ocean is wavy, lots of cute surfers
There are pros and cons to this beach. First, the pros: The snorkeling is good - on a clear day visibility can reach 10-20 feet, it's shallow and the reef is intricate and scenic covered in fish. We've seen Hawsbill and Ridgeback Turtles, eels, and stingray on occasion. There are kite- and windsurfers for your viewing pleasure. If you happen... More
Spent a few hours at this little beach and the water was just delightful and warm. Stayed at a B&B just a few mins away and it was very easy to get there. White sand and blue water, the best Antigua has to offer!!
We were told that this beach was "very wild" and that it would appeal to our enjoyment of quiet beaches. Unfortunately, maybe it was the day, or where we parked, but the stretch of beach that we stumbled upon was completely littered with trash.... We walked a bit, weren't feeling it, didn't bother setting up, got in the car and... More
Love Jabberwock, nice onshore breezes, convenience store nearby, not crowded and has great spectator sports of Windsurfing and Kite surfing. Windsurf Antigua run by Patrick Scales who is the BEST and guarantees getting you going with a lesson or two. There are calm waters at either end of the beach for swimming and snorkeling with choppy water in the middle... More
Beautiful azure sea and lovely beach for walking, picnics and watching the water sports. Watersports tuition available at side of the beach daily.
This beach is perfect for kitesurfing! As beginner kitesurfers but experienced sailors and windsurfers, we tried out 'Kitesurf Antigua' with local pro, Jake. He was a fantastic teacher and by the end of the 4 hour lesson my boyfriend was kitesurfing and I was starting to get up on the board. Great beach to learn on with the prevailing wind... More
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