The beaches of Roseau are a sight to be hold, with their volcanic, rocky, black sands that even in the Caribbean are not easy to come by. Not favored for days spend relaxing, swimming, and sunning, they are still a great choice for a visit for the vista, a walk along the shore, and and experience you'll be able to relive for generations.
You'll find a large number of beaches to consider visiting in and around the area. You can click on specific beach names to read a detailed article concerning that beach.
Woodbridge Bay Beach: This beach is very close to Leblanc Highway and just north of Roseau. It's just past the main port of Roseau and is more of a shoreline than a typical beach locale.
Another option that beach-goers can consider is Mahaut South Beach. This beach is gray and rocky like most of the beaches on this island. There are some trees near the shore for shade and the water is usually very calm.
Pointe Michel: This beach occupies the coastline alongside a beautiful coastal town, Pointe Michel. It is a gray sand beach on flat land facing the open ocean.
The beaches in and around Roseau are provided here:
|Berekua Beach||6.5 mi. Southeast of Central Roseau||South|
|Botanical Beach||Downtown Roseau||South|
|Champagne||4.2 mi. South of Central Roseau||South|
|Donkey Beach||Canefield, 2.1 mi. North-Northwest of Central Roseau||South West|
|Mahaut North Beach||5.0 mi. North of Central Roseau||South West|
|Mahaut South Beach||3.5 mi. North of Central Roseau||South West|
|Pointe Michel||Pointe Michel, 3.3 mi. South of Central Roseau||South|
|Rodney Rock Beach||6.1 mi. North-Northwest of Central Roseau||South West|
|Soufriere Bay Beach||Soufriere, 5.3 mi. South of Central Roseau||South|
|Woodbridge Bay Beach||1.2 mi. North of Downtown Roseau||South|
Keep in mind, you'll be able to find some other kinds attractions available. If you're interested, you can obtain more information about other attractions here.
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