Each of the beaches in Red Hook differs from the next. In some areas you'll find fine-grain sand that is soft to walk on and leads out into the clear waters making it acceptable to swim without some sort of water shoe. Other beaches are rocky and better for people participating in watersports or beach combing.
You will find an abundance of beaches to consider visiting in and around the area. Snorkeling is an option at some locations, if some members of your party enjoy this relaxing pastime. For a detailed review of one particular beach click on the names of the ones you want to learn more about.
If you are hoping to snorkel, a place worth considering is Secret Harbor. Palm trees line the shores, providing shade for guests at this beautiful beach at Secret Harbor. The waters are cool, calm, and refreshing, inviting guests to jump in and visit some of the great snorkeling areas along the rocks.
Another top pick for those who enjoy snorkeling is Cowpet Beach. The Cowpet Beach area is surrounded by private villas and tennis courts, giving the beach itself a resort feel. The shallow bay waters are perfect for swimming and snorkeling, while the white, maintained sand makes the beach perfect for sunbathing.
Sapphire Beach: Sapphire Beach is located on St. Thomas and features soft, white sand perfect for a beach stroll or sunbathing. Snorkeling at the offshore reefs is popular and a nearby dive shop rents equipment and beach chairs.
The beaches in and around Red Hook are listed here:
|Bolongo Bay||3.1 mi. West of Central Red Hook||South East|
|Coki Point Beach||Coki Point, 1.9 mi. Northwest of Central Red Hook||North East|
|Cowpet Beach||0.8 mi. South-Southeast of Central Red Hook||East|
|Great Bay Beach||0.6 mi. East-Southeast of Central Red Hook||East|
|Lindquist Beach||0.9 mi. North-Northwest of Central Red Hook||East|
|Renaissance Beach||Coki Point, 1.7 mi. Northwest of Central Red Hook||South West|
|Sapphire Beach||0.9 mi. North of Central Red Hook||East|
|Secret Harbor||0.5 mi. South of Central Red Hook||East|
|Vessup Bay||0.3 mi. East-Southeast of Central Red Hook||East|
Of course, you'll find plenty of other types of attractions. To read our page about other attractions, read this article.
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