Hans Lollik Beach is a secluded beach located just off the northern coast of St. Thomas on the uninhabited islands of Hand Lollik. While getting to the island may take a little bit of planning, those who go will be rewarded with a pristine beach offering stunning views and nearly absolute privacy.
Located on Hans Lollik Island, You might want to drop by regardless of whether you're staying in the vicinity. Do you dream of finding a beach tucked into an untouched part of town? Many visitors seek a beach that hasn't been "discovered" by thousands of tourists; relatively untouched parts of the coast like Hans Lollik Beach are perfect when you need a break from the typical tourist scene.
The only way to reach the island is via boat. However, with no marina or dock, you will need to anchor offshore or otherwise beach the boat.
The beach on Hans Lollik Island takes up only a portion of the island's southern coast. The small cove where the beach is located features calm and clear water that snorkelers will love. Beach-side, the sand is clean, soft, and a color that resembles more gold than the traditional tan.
Please note that public restrooms are not available, which is something to consider if you plan to spend a full day in the sun. The water here is fit for snorkeling, so grab your gear if you've been hoping to get in some underwater exploration.
Hans Lollik Beach brings visitors a calm and tranquil environment, especially since the surrounding region contains little build-up and is free of urbanization.
Found on the South coast of Hans Lollik Island; it will be near other attractions like Mahogany Run Public Golf Course, which is two miles away.
If you're interested in learning more about the history of the Virgin Islands, you won't have to look hard to find sites boasting the colorful history of the nation. One of the nearest historical attractions is Blackbeard's Castle, which is three and a half miles away.
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.
|Mahogany Run Public Golf Course||Golf Course||2.2 mi.||S||St. Thomas|
|Zip Line Site||3.6 mi.||SW||St. Thomas|
|Blackbeard's Castle||Historical Site||3.7 mi.||SSW||St. Thomas|
|Caribbean World Amber Museum||Museum||3.7 mi.||SSW||St. Thomas|
|Historical Site||3.7 mi.||SSW||St. Thomas|
|Ninety-Nine Steps||Historical Site||3.8 mi.||SSW||St. Thomas|
|Memorial Moravian Church||Historical Site||3.8 mi.||SSW||St. Thomas|
|Seven Arches Museum||Museum||3.8 mi.||SSW||St. Thomas|
|Bluebeard's Castle||Historical Site||3.8 mi.||SSW||St. Thomas|
|Haagensen House||Museum||3.8 mi.||SSW||St. Thomas|
|Frederick Lutheran Church||Historical Site||3.8 mi.||SSW||St. Thomas|
|Dutch Reformed Church||Historical Site||3.8 mi.||SSW||St. Thomas|
Hans Lollik Beach is in the Charlotte Amalie area, so exploring the city is a convenient option. Guests visiting Hans Lollik Beach who are looking for other opportunities for exploration might want to consider going to Charlotte Amalie, since it's in the vicinity and is a particularly busy area of the Virgin Islands. From the coast, Charlotte Amalie is not far away, roughly four miles (six kilometers).
How many other people you encounter at Hans Lollik Beach will depend on many factors, including the capacity of nearby hotels. This beach is not near many large hotels, but you may encounter guests staying at smaller accommodations in the area.
Visitors trying to find a place to stay near the beach won't find it that difficult, as there are plenty of accommodations to choose from close-by. You can find the closest lodging options by viewing those listed in the following table.
|Villa Blanca||2.1 mi.||S||Hotel|
|Magens Point Resort||2.4 mi.||SSW||Resort|
|Mafolie Hotel||3.5 mi.||SW||Hotel|
|The Green Iguana Hotel||3.6 mi.||SSW||Hotel|
|The Inn at Blackbeard's Castle||3.7 mi.||SSW||Hotel|
|At Home in the Tropics Bed & Breakfast||3.7 mi.||SSW||B & B|
|Hotel 1829||3.8 mi.||SSW||Hotel|
|Windward Passage Hotel||3.8 mi.||SSW||Hotel|
|Bunker Hill Hotel||3.8 mi.||SSW||B & B|
|Bluebeards Castle||3.8 mi.||SSW||Resort|
A trip to the beach isn't complete until you walk to a nearby restaurant, where you'll be able to sample the local chefs' favorite dishes, without going too far from the coast. One of the closest places to eat is The Grille at Mahogany Run. The restaurant has International food. They are also known for serving seafood. It'll be found two miles away.
A list of nearby restaurants is shown below.
|The Grille at Mahogany Run||(340) 777-6250 ext. 1241||International||Informal||2.2 mi.||S|
|Rumbuzz||(340) 775-2899||International, Mexican||Very Casual||2.4 mi.||SSW|
|(340) 777-6050||Eclectic||--||2.6 mi.||S|
|Mafolie Restaurant||(340) 774-2790||International||Informal||3.5 mi.||SW|
|Hull Bay Hideaway||(340) 777-1898||American||Very Casual||3.5 mi.||WSW|
|North Side Bistro & Brewery||(340) 775-5098||Caribbean||Informal||3.5 mi.||SW|
|St Peter Greathouse & Botanical Gardens||(340) 774-4999||Caribbean||Informal||3.6 mi.||SW|
|--||Carry out restaurant||Very Casual||3.7 mi.||S|
|(340) 775-6881||Chinese||Very Casual||3.7 mi.||S|
|Pizza Hut Wheatley Center||(340) 774-7975||Italian||Very Casual||3.8 mi.||S|
|Banana Tree Grille||(340) 776-4050||Eclectic||Fine Dining||3.8 mi.||SSW|
|Bistro 4560||(340) 774-4560||International||Informal||3.8 mi.||SSE|
Of course, you'll find other beaches besides Hans Lollik Beach on Hans Lollik Island.
You might also enjoy Renaissance Beach, found four miles away. The north side of St. Thomas is home to Renaissance Beach, a haven of calm waves and an array of watersport opportunities, and is particularly popular with windsurfers. More active guests, though, may be interested in Mandahl Bay Beach, which could provide a few more possibilities for excitement, and is closer to other popular destinations. You'll find it two miles to the south.
Travelers may also want to consider Little Magens Bay, which is close-by and another fun spot in the Virgin Islands. Little Magens Bay on St. Thomas is a beautiful beach and the only one on the island that is clothing optional.
The Virgin Islands has plenty to offer its visitors, so visiting Hans Lollik Beach is just one way you can enjoy a sunny afternoon.
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