1 | Limestone Bay Beach
Not quite into the remote area of Anguilla but also not well within the tourist spots, Limestone Bay Beach is a good choice for those looking for a little privacy and freedom from the crowds, but also trying to avoid long drives and dangerous roads.
This beach is located a mile and a half (three kilometers) northwest of the center of the Valley.
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2 | Blackgarden Bay Beach
Hidden in one of the most remote areas of Anguilla, and tucked within a deep cove, Blackgarden Beach is one of the least visited beaches in all of the island. Without amenities or development of any kind, Blackgarden is a beach only for those looking for absolute seclusion.
When coming from Limestone Bay Beach, go a quarter mile (a half kilometer) northeast to reach this beach.
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1 | Little Bay
The rocky cliffs overhanging Little Bay make this beach feel like it could be magical, like it's name should be whispered. It's definitely a secret you should keep.
Situated within traveling distance from the Valley, this beach is a mile and a half (two kilometers) northwest of the center of the Valley.
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1 | Crocus Bay
Crocus Bay is a sometimes busy beach, surrounded by hills, greenery and hotels.There is even a youth hostel nearby. Most of the hotels sit atop close by hills, allowing for stunning views of the coastline that are worth checking out.
Interested guests can find this beach within easy traveling distance from the Valley, a mile (a kilometer and a half) to the west-northwest of the center of the Valley.
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1 | Katouche Bay Beach
Katouche Bay Beach is a compromise beach that is remote enough that it rarely sees visitors, while close enough to the towns that it is easily reached. Those who decide on Katouche Bay Beach will be treated to a large beach that has plenty to explore, from large rocks and underwater sights, to a rocky cove where you will be able to hunt for fossils.
Head northeast for a mile and a half (three kilometers) from the center of South Hill to find this beach.
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1 | Forest Bay North
Forest Bay is not an overly developed Beach. There are very few buildings, making it one of those rare beaches that feels pristine and untouched.
From the center of the Valley, go one and a quarter miles (two kilometers) south-southeast to find this beach.
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1 | Elsie Bay Beach
Protected by Little Harbor on all sides, this calm bay sits along the island's south coast in an area that is relatively out of the way.
Make your way south-southwest for 1.9 miles (3.0 km) from the center of the Valley to get to this beach.
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1 | Corito Bay Beach
Looking over the famous Anguilla water, Corito Bay offers all of the beautiful sights of a tropical beach without the common crowds. Hidden on the south side of the island in between an industrial and residential area, few tourist make their way here.
This beach can be found within easy traveling distance from the Valley, a mile and a half (two and a half kilometers) to the south of the center of the Valley.
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The interactive map above shows the location of 8 beaches in The Valley.
To get more info about individual points shown on the map, or to zoom to a closer view of each part of the map, click on the colored map pins. Another option is to interact with the map by using the following table. To do so, simply click on the colored map dot shown in the first column, or click on the Area/Vicinity noted in the final column.