This beach is unique in that is surrounded by ocean on both sides, as it juts out from the island of Barbuda. The sand is magically soft and the area is full of greenery and palm trees. The shallow water around the tip of this small peninsula allows for great snorkeling. Be sure to stick around the the magnificent sunsets over the water.
Located on the southern side of the island of Barbuda, You should think about stopping by even if you aren't staying in the vicinity. Antigua's beaches are hardly known for being secluded, but Coco Point is less exposed than the others, making it just the right spot for vacationers who don't want to wander too far away, but would rather avoid the most hectic parts of town.
Coco Point Lodge Resort claims a lot of the land on this beach but you can visit the beach even if you're not a guest of the Lodge. The beach is accessible by road, just stay West of the air strip that rests above the beach.
Keep in mind that restrooms won't be found on-site, which is something to consider if you plan to spend a full day in the sun. Those who love lounging in the sun will be excited to discover that guests can take advantage of lounge chairs at this destination. The water in the area is clear enough for snorkeling, so bring your gear if you're wanting to check out the underwater sites.
A lesser known beach, Coco Point as well as its available amenities and services will most likely be a hit for guests wishing to be free from the busy beaches and crowded shores since it happens to be hiding within a peaceful part of Barbuda. With this in mind, struggling to obtain an unclaimed amenity or service at the beach is not a thing you will have to do regularly, in spite of what time it is.
Visitors will find this beach on the South coast of Barbuda. It's located near Barbuda Museum, which is a local place of interest.
If you're looking for other nearby attractions or activity options, this beach isn't far from any of the items in the following table.
|Barbuda Museum||Museum||7.3 mi.||NW||Barbuda|
is nearby and is not an overly urbanized area, but still has its fair share of things to do.
Whether or not you encounter many other people will be influenced by everything from the time of day to the capacity of nearby hotels. Coco Point is not located near many major hotels, but you may meet guests staying at the few small lodgings in the area.
You'll find a reasonable selection of lodgings within driving distance. A few of the more convenient options have been displayed in the following table.
|Coco Point Lodge||0.0||ENE||Cottages|
|Palm Tree Guest House||7.0||NW||Guest house|
|Bus Stop Guest House||7.1||NNW||Guest house|
While this location isn't located in the culinary epicenter of the area, you can still find some interesting eateries, particularly if you're prepared to drive or bike a few miles. The closest places to grab a bite to eat is, which is a delicious choice during or after a day at the beach.
A list of nearby restaurants is shown in the following table.
|(268) 783-8624||Bar and grill||Very Casual||1.3 mi.||NNW|
|(268) 788-5378||Caribbean||Very Casual||1.3 mi.||NNW|
|(268) 785-3268||Caribbean||--||3.0 mi.||NW|
Needless to say, there are other beaches on Barbuda besides Coco Point worth visiting.
Another option worth considering is Palm Beach, located just a cab ride away.
Perhaps Coco Point is the most convenient coastline for you to visit, but some travelers itch to explore more; if so, there are other beaches and natural attractions in Antigua you might like.
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