Tyrico Bay

About a kilometer after the popular Maracas Bay is a little stretch of sand that the locals call Tyrico Beach. Bypass this locale, which is really still a part of Maracas Bay, and keep going another kilometer and a half to the real deal: Tyrico Bay. This area is beautiful, tranquil, and secluded, which makes for a lovely day of sunbathing and swimming.

Set in the vicinity of Port of Spain, 1.2 miles east of Maracas Bay, Tyrico Bay is on the North coast of Trinidad. You might think about stopping by even if you are not staying particularly close by. Travelers who make a stop at this beach will be able to escape the city's bustle without sacrificing the chance to meet new people.

How to Access The Beach
To get to Tyrico Bay, follow North Coast Rd for 2.5 kilometers after Maracas Beach. There you will find a small road to the left that leads downhill to the bay.

Amenities and Ambiance

Tyrico Bay enjoys a powdering of fine grey to brown sand with a smattering of tiny pebbles here and there. With only a few trees along the edges of the beach there is not much cover from the sun, but the bright blue waters are relatively calm and a great place to cool off.

Unfortunately, restrooms will not be available here, so those of you traveling with small children may want to consider another spot.

If you find that you prefer coasts that offer those who visit a tranquil environment, then think about trying out Tyrico Bay; it is back in a less urban area of Trinidad.

What's Nearby

Attractions

Positioned on the North coast of Trinidad; the area hosts attractions such as St. Andrews Golf Club, which is six and a half miles away.

If you're intrigued by Trinidad and Tobago's history, many sites offer unique historical perspectives on the area. One of the nearest historical attractions is President's House, which is eight and a half miles to the south west.

The beach is one type of attraction you can visit, but there's plenty else to see during your stay. The following chart includes some other attractions close-by.

Activities and Attractions Near Tyrico Bay
Attraction Type Distance Direction Island
St. Andrews Golf Club Golf Course 6.3 SW Trinidad
Club Casablanca Casino 8.0 SSW Trinidad
The Gallery 1 2 3 4 Art Gallery 8.4 SW Trinidad
President's House Historical Site 8.5 SW Trinidad
Angostura Museum and Barcant Butterfly Collection Museum 8.5 SSW Trinidad

Cities and Towns

The closest region on Trinidad to Tyrico Bay is Blanchisseuse. Blanchisseuse is noted for its balance between seclusion and urbanization.

Hotels

The crowdedness of the shoreline can vary widely, depending on everything from the time the sun sets to how many hotel rooms have been booked nearby. There are not many major hotels nearby, but it can attract guests from smaller lodgings in the area.

Travelers hoping to find a place to stay near the beach won't find it very difficult, as there are lots of accommodations to pick from in the vicinity. You'll find the closest booking options by perusing those shown in the table below.

Accommodations near Tyrico Bay
Hotel Distance Direction Type
Maracas Bay 1.4 W Hotel
Las Cuevas 2.7 NE Lodge
Crosswinds Villa 4.5 WSW B & B

Food

While the area surrounding Tyrico Bay isn't exactly a culinary hot spot, you can still satisfy your hunger, especially if you're willing to drive a bit. One of the closest places to eat is Las Cuevas Beach Lodge, which is a delicious choice during or after a day at the beach.

The table below lists nearby restaurant options.

Restaurants near Tyrico Bay
Restaurant Name Phone Cuisine Style Distance Direction
Las Cuevas Beach Lodge (868) 669-6945 -- -- -- --
Bandanya (868) 669-1914 Caribbean, Fusion, International Very Casual 1.4 mi. W

Other Beaches

Needless to say, there are other beaches on Trinidad besides Tyrico Bay worth visiting.

You might also want to visit Blanchisseuse Beach, located eight and a half miles away. Blanchisseuse Beach's great shores give guests the opportunity to have a nice, secluded picnic, take in the gorgeous scenery, or watch for the endangered leatherback turtles that come to the shore at night during mating season.

Trinidad and Tobago has a lot to offer its visitors, but visiting Tyrico Bay or the other beautiful beaches in the area can make your time on Trinidad and Tobago even more memorable.

 

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