The fact that Pirates Bay can be seen in the 1952 film Robinson Crusoe proves that the beauty of the beach is unparalleled, yet it remains constantly uncrowded. Why? The trek to the lonely beach is strenuous, and the waters are known for being unfriendly.
Pirates Bay sits in the shape of a horseshoe, which generally means the waters will be at least relatively calm, but due to its location on the northeast side of the island, the waters are rough. If you're in it for the view, the sands are pale yellow and the waters are emerald green -- nothing less than spectacular.
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The drive to Pirates Bay takes two hours from Crown Point, and then visitors are expected to hike for a tough 20 minutes up the northeast coast from Charlotteville.
Positioned on the northern outskirts of Charlotteville, Pirates Bay invites residents and guests rooming in this village or an area nearby. Regardless of whether or not you are staying very close, you should consider dropping by to check it out. It's 16.0 miles northeast of Scarborough.
There are just enough dining choices in the neighborhood around this body of water to keep tourists contented. Green Moray and Jemma’s Seaview Kitchen Treehouse offer additional restaurant options within reach. At Jemma’s Seaview Kitchen Treehouse you and your companions should be sure to try a bit of Caribbean meals and experience the Trinidad and Tobago culture., which plates up Trinidadian meals, is very close-by, making it a great option for visitors here. Sharon & Phebs is only about a half mile from Pirates Bay, so stop in and try something off the menu.
Vacationers that like bays, and have the energy to view some others, might check out Argyle Waterfall, which is six miles away Tobago. You might also consider visiting Tobago Forest Reserve, which is another attraction nearby.and ; the first is three quarters of a mile to the north of Pirates Bay. There are other places of interest in the area, including
If you're looking for other nearby attractions or activity options, you'll find the closest ones in the following table.
|Argyle Waterfall||GeoFeature||5.8 mi. (17.6 km)||SSW||10.9 mi. East-Northeast of Scarborough|
|Tobago Forest Reserve||--||7.3 mi. (14.0 km)||SW||8.7 mi. Northeast of Scarborough|
|Twin Rivers Waterfall||GeoFeature||9.1 mi. (11.2 km)||SW||7.0 mi. East-Northeast of Scarborough|
|GeoFeature||9.2 mi. (10.9 km)||SW||6.7 mi. Northeast of Scarborough|
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