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Fabulous Soft Sand , Bluest of Blu water !Many Sail Boat Races take off from here Quite something to see !, Many places to walk to while here to Dine. Highly recommend Straw Hat for Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner !!! enjoy a leisurely walk while...More
Depending on how many of the 33 beaches in Anguilla you visited, you can imagine how hard it is to pick the number one beach. As of June 2018 the south facing beaches are plagued with sargassum weed. Places like Sandy Hill, Junks Hole, Savana...More
I’d be remiss if I didn’t review Meads Bay in Anguilla. On our most recent visit we spent several days on this beautiful beach and had many wonderful walks down the entire beach. We sure miss Blanchard’s Beach Shack due to the hurricane, but anxiously...More
Very happy to visit and support Anguilla after the hurricane tragedy. Under 50% of hotels bars and restaurants open and they need our help.
However, pristine white sand Meads Bay beach was like a deep sponge to walk along and swimming was for the confident...More
Love love loved this beach!😘❤️ Calm waters- kayaks-snorkel and great restaurants 💖. We were in Anguilla for our daughters wedding and were able to go to some different beaches with family and friends. This was one of our favorites!!
Beautiful, perfect, white sand beach between Mallihana and Four Seasons Resort! The water is crystal clear and warm, and it was almost all to ourselves. You can walk the whole beach in about 15 min. and there are several restaurants to choose from at every...More
Sandy bottom yes. u will see 2 kinds of silver fish very close to shore all along meads bay. But go next to the rocks under Malli and you will see at least 5 different kinds of fish less than 100 feet from the beach. i did... More
Sandy bottom yes. u will see 2 kinds of silver fish very close to shore all along meads bay. But go next to the rocks under Malli and you will see at least 5 different kinds of fish less than 100 feet from the beach. i did not go very far out at all but i'm sure there are even more fish further out near the rock wall. Have not snorkeled at shoal.