Featuring miles upon miles of uninterrupted and nearly deserted beaches is the “Drowned Isle” of Anegada. Many are bays that scoop inward, leaving them protected from strong surf and ideal for both swimming and snorkeling, while others are straight shots that are frequented by kitesurfers, but all are quiet and uncrowded.
You will find a large selection of beaches to consider visiting on the island. Snorkeling is an option at some of the beaches, for those who enjoy the underwater scene. Click on specific names for a detailed guide to that part of the coast.
A beach scene where you can go snorkeling is Bones Bight Beach. Rarely crowded and very large, Bones Bight Beach is a great place for visitors looking for peace and quiet. The long stretch of sand gives beach goers plenty to explore, and the resident rock iguanas can keep nature lovers and photographers happy.
A second location worth considering is Flash of Beauty Beach. Along the north shore visitors will find beach after each. Flash of Beauty is located at the end of roads that pass by Loblolly Beach.
Windlass Bight Beach: Swimming, strolling, and sunning, this shore is great no matter what your favorite beachside activity is.
The beaches on Anegada are provided right below.
|Bones Bight Beach||3.6 mi. West-Northwest of Central The Settlement||North|
|Cow Wreck Bay||2.0 mi. Northwest of Central Setting Point||North West|
|Flash of Beauty Beach||1.5 mi. Northeast of Central The Settlement||East-Northeast|
|Jack Bay Beach||1.6 mi. North of Central The Settlement||North East|
|Loblolly Bay||1.4 mi. North of Central The Settlement||North West|
|3.5 mi. Southeast of Central The Settlement||East|
|1.2 mi. West of Central Setting Point||South West|
|Windlass Bight Beach||2.4 mi. Northwest of Central The Settlement||North|
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