Anguilla Beaches

Anguilla Beaches

Visit Anguilla Beaches for Fun and Pleasure

If you are looking for luxurious resorts, first class restaurants, beachfront villas and celebrated live bands, you are headed to the amazing beaches of Anguilla. Situated in the Caribbean, you will never be disappointed in what you expect for a Caribbean island getaway.

Anguilla Island Harbour

Island Harbour Aguilla. Photo by Roy Googin / CC BY-SA 3.0

Rendezvous Bay. Photo by zanzibar CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

Rendezvous Bay. Photo by zanzibar CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

Anguilla is a tiny island of the Caribbean located inside the Leeward Island chain and the British West Indies territory. It is also surrounded by other islets, with little or zero population.

The Anguilla Beaches

Anguilla

Overlooking Sandy Ground, Anguilla. Photo by xx / yy

Even if Anguilla is pretty much a small island, the crystal clear blue waters surrounding the dazzling white beaches is what makes it a real attraction among tourists. There are at least 33 beaches which give more room for more travelers and plenty of choices.

Good news for all vacationers is that Anguilla beaches are open to the public. A place to totally relax and go for a swim, this is where you will find the perfect spot for a vacation away from the hustles and bustles of the city life. There is also a small portion of the island along the Atlantic side which is ideal for surfing.

If you are looking for an adventure, you can try wind surfing or kiting.

There are 4 beaches that are very popular among tourists in Anguilla, namely Sandy Ground, Rendezvous Bay, Shoal Bay East, and Upper Shoal Bay.

Sandy Ground

If you are looking for the perfect entertainment while in the island, stay at Sandy Ground where you can dine and have a drink either at Sand Bar, the Elvis’ Beach Bar, Johnno’s and Roy’s.

Sandy Ground is nearest to the pier, making it more accessible to travelers. To add to the view, there are many yachts and sailboats on the bay area with very welcoming locals who are willing to assist tourists.

Rendezvous Bay

Stunning white sand beach, clear blue waters and a more peaceful ambience is what Rendezvous Bay has in store for their visitors. If you are looking for a fine place to eat, there are many decent bars and restaurants around the area.

Dune Preserve is one of the most popular music bars in the island that features the best music shows in the island. Every March, the Moon Splash Music Festival is also held here.

Shoal Bay East

Probably the most popular beach of Anguilla, Shoal Bay East is a mile long stretch of the finest sand surrounded by plenty of restaurants and bars in the Caribbean. If you are into water sports, you can go scuba diving, snorkeling or glass-bottom boating and witness beautiful coral reefs visible even offshore. If you stroll around the island, you will find more tourists t Shoal Bay East than any of the beaches around.

Upper Shoal Bay

Upper Shoal Bay is located just at the eastern portion of Shoal Bay East. If you are looking for the whitest and finest sand in Anguilla, Upper Shoal Bay is the place to go. The stunning white sands are due to the huge amounts of white colored chalky algae flakes produced by the close to the reef offshore, making it a favorite destination among snorkelers.

 

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