Grace Bay is a huge bay in the shape of a horseshoe. On the outer side is a large reef (Bight reef) which keeps the bay calm and serene. The shallow water creates the beautiful blues and greens so typical of the Caribbean. The beach is 10 miles long and has two snorkel areas easily accessible if you have a car. It is walkable but it could be a long walk for those staying on the other side of the bay. Coral gardens is a National Park and also a resort area. Parking is available right outside the Coral garden Hotel parking lot and then it is an easy walk to the reef. The reef itself is a protected area cordoned off by an underwater path and a rope on top. You may not go inside the ropes but may swim the perimeter which is loaded with fish. Just down the beach is Smith reef which is much larger and more interesting for stronger swimmers. Coral is easy for all levels. Grace bay is rated as one of the best beaches in the world and I would not argue with that at all. Have fun and enjoy this spectacular wonder.
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