Each beach in Saint Lawrence Gap has something different to offer guests, which is why it is recommended that you stop by a different one for each day of our stay. To the east the beaches seem to be especially quiet, and St. Lawrence Bay all the way to the west is known for its shallow tide which allows visitors to walk out quite a good distance before the water begins to deepen. In between the two far points of the town are the beaches lined with restaurants and hotels, so they can be busy, but they great for watersports.
You will discover a good group of beaches to consider visiting in the area. Just click on the beach names to get additional information concerning that specific beach.
Oistins Beach: Traveling through the Oistins beach town, signs will direct pedestrians and drivers to beach access. Drivers should follow Highway 7, which runs directly parallel with the beach.
Another place for beach-goers to consider is Maxwell Beach. Maxwell Beach is known for its inviting environment and cool, calm waters, making it a great place to bring your family.
Dover Beach: Situated in the St. Lawrence Gap, Dover Beach provides calm waters perfect for swimming and snorkeling. Palm trees dot the beach, offering a chance for shade, while white sand is perfect for relaxing in between swims.
The beaches in Saint Lawrence Gap are shown in the table below.
|Dover Beach||0.1 mi. West of Central Saint Lawrence Gap||South|
|Maxwell Beach||Central Saint Lawrence Gap||South|
|Oistins Beach||1.6 mi. East of Central Saint Lawrence Gap||South|
|Saint Lawrence Beach||0.7 mi. West of Central Saint Lawrence Gap||South|
|Welches Beach||Welches, 1.2 mi. East of Central Saint Lawrence Gap||South|
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