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Amazing beach crystal clear water and very safe. We stayed at the Royalton and enjoyed the warm waters every day. So nice that locals also enjoy it at weekends and who can blame them? Lucky. Travelled all over Antigua and other that Ffyres beach this...More
Stayed at the royalton and enjoyed this beach for a week.
Very calm all week and clesr near the shore. Snorkeling along rhe far end rocks was ok.. nothing special..also pick you day well and go early. Visability is poor once the tour boats start...More
Lovely white sand beach. Crystal clear water with good coral along the headland for nice snorkelling with plenty of fish to see. Popular with local folks at the weekend coming out for BBQ. Nice to hike up to the ruins of Fort Barrington for a...More
We were close to this beach and it is a good beach, white sand and long enough, calm waters, good snorkeling close to the reef, but party boats and cruise visitors can make it a bit boisterous. On the weekends, a great beach with locals.
got a taxi from the port, $8pp each way. Whole group agreed what time to go back and our driver was waiting forms at the time. Beach is nice, couple of beds and 2 parasols for $25, not too bad. there are changing rooms, toilets...More
Stopped here for an hour on catamaran tour. Clean soft sand. Some snorkeling spots at the North end along the cliff under the old fort up above on the heights. Not far from town. They are redeveloping an old resort on the site and there...More
Superb beach , sandy, no rocks. Very sheltered bay so even if sea is rough at other beaches it’s always calm and good for swimming.
Some construction at far end of beach, restaurants, pier, some new blocks on beach coupled with makeover of old hotel,...More
We traveled by SUV (4x4 advised )this beach which was via some very rough tracks we opted for the route upto base of fort Barrington.This as small parking area you can then walk across small bridge to short beach path to Deep bay beach or...More
We stopped here as part of a catamaran tour. The beach was virtualy deserted! We noted one person camped out on the beach and what appeared to be a resort undergoing renovation on the far end as well. What makes this beach unique is Fort...More