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Almond Club Beach

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Almond Club Beach

How is the beach outside Almond Club,ie. going towards Sandy Lane hotel? Is it now pretty much eroded or will you be able to sit there and sunbathe still? thanks

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We walked form Mango Bay to Sandy Lane past Almond Club in Feb 08,the beach is narrow and also people try and get as close to the edge of the resort wall on there loungers so it can be congested. (although we didnt stay there) The beach is very narrow in places and there are lots of crabs, were the beach meets the rocks. saying that you are very close to Sandy Lane and you can drop your towel here and enjoy the world going by!! hope this helps.

Karen & Stu

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thanks for your reply. i was last at Almond in Oct 05 and was worried that there would be a lot of erosion as a few reviews had said it was difficult to get to the beach at high tide! We're back on Sept 30 and can't wait.

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Last week I was on the beach between Almond and Sandy Lane. The beach was good. It was high tide in the morning so coming down the steps from Almond onto the beach was a bit interesting but in the afternoon it was easier.



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