One of the many small islands off the Antiguan coast, Green isle is a privately owned island, which has belonged to the Mill Reef club since 1947. If you visit, you will discover several beautiful, secluded beaches. Snorkeling is great right offshore, so be sure to bring your mask and fins.
Located on Green Island, this beach is on the West coast of the island, You might think about stopping by regardless of whether you are staying particularly close by. This beach is not just another beautiful natural attraction, it is one of the more unique and quiet beaches in Antigua. While Green Island Beach may be a little harder to reach, it's the best place to take an undisturbed nap on the sand.
This island is a popular stop for many sea charter boats and tours. There are a few strips of velvet soft white sand with a backdrop of lush foliage. It's isolated and calm, a true paradise.
Unfortunately, public restrooms aren't available, though you may be able to use the facilities at a nearby business. You will find the water here is fit for snorkeling, so grab your gear if you want to see the underwater world.
If you tend to choose beaches which offer those who visit a quiet place to escape, then think about trying out Green Island Beach; it is located in a more natural sector of Green Island.
Travelers will find Green Island Beach on the West coast of Green Island. It is near some interesting sites like Harmony Hall Gallery, which is found two miles away, and it is one of a few attractions close-by.
To some, beaches and museums may seem an odd combination, but plenty of visitors find that museums like Betty's Hope (one of the closest to Green Island Beach) offer an entertaining diversion and a whole new way to view Antigua's traditions and culture.
If you're looking for plenty of activities to keep you or your family busy, this beach isn't far from any of the items in the following table.
|Harmony Hall Gallery||Art Gallery||1.9||W||Antigua|
|Shirley Heights Fort||Historical Site||7.3||SW||Antigua|
The closest city to Green Island Beach is, which is a fairly rural area, but it will be a pleasant day trip for visitors looking to check out the local scene.
The mood here——social and lively, or virtually empty—— will depend on if you visit during a popular season, which is often indicated by how busy the hotels are. The beach is not located close to many large hotels, but it's sometimes enjoyed by guests staying at some of the area's smaller options.
You'll find a good number of places to stay within driving distance. A few of the more convenient choices can be viewed in the table below.
|Verandah Resort And Spa||2.1||NNW||Hotel|
|Pineapple Beach Club||2.4||NW||Resort|
When you get hungry for an afternoon snack, this beach has you covered, and you won't have to look too far from these sands. One of the nearest restaurants is Harmony Hall Restaurant. This restaurant features Mediterranean cuisine. They are also famous for their pasta and seafood. You'll find it two miles away.
Nearby dining options are shown below.
|Harmony Hall Restaurant||(268) 460-4120||Mediterranean||1.9 mi.||W||Antigua|
|The Bay Restaurant||(268) 562-8000||Caribbean||2.0 mi.||W||Antigua|
|Nicole's||(866) 237-1785||Caribbean||2.1 mi.||NNW||Antigua|
|Seabreeze||(866) 237-1785||International||2.1 mi.||NNW||Antigua|
|The Buccaneer||(866) 237-1785||Caribbean, International||2.1 mi.||NNW||Antigua|
|La Tartaruga||(268) 460-9384||Italian||2.4 mi.||NW||None|
|Mama Pasta||--||Italian||2.5 mi.||NW||None|
Needless to say, there are other beaches on Green Island besides Green Island Beach worth visiting.
If you like the ambiance at this beach, you might also like Nonsuch Bay South, found two miles away. On the other hand, offers more action, and is closer to additional things to do and see nearby.
Another location you may want to try is Green Bay Isthmus Beach, located three quarters of a mile to the south west.
While Antigua has many alluring attractions, a trip to Green Island Beach could end up a family favorite.
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