Far from the tourist spots, White Bay guarantees a unique island experience, lulling you into a slower pace of life, pampering you with the tropical sunshine and sweet tropical nights. Just steps away from Pink House, this secluded spot will be your own for as long as you choose to stay. You can bring a picnic, but it’s been said that the Coco Plum beach bar serves the best food on the island. This family-friendly beach is well-known for great shelling and searching for Sand Dollars during low tide. Embodying the uninhibited spirit that made this side of the island so alluring, this legenday hideaway commands the longest and best stretch of Negril’s famous seven-mile beach. Sandals Negril is the ultimate beach resort, and is seventh heaven for lovers who love being as close to the sea as they are to each other.
There’s plenty of reasons to plan a Maho Bay Virgin Islands trip, and it seems there’s little here that is lacking. A stunning beach, gorgeous vistas, an array of things to do , and interesting accommodations are just some of the things that make Maho Bay a most agreeable U.S. You can access this beach by on one of the many charter sail boats that visit the island each day. Also visit the island’s under-water snorkeling trail! Sand Key is a community located on a narrow barrier island just north of Belleair Beach and south of Clearwater Beach. It is considered part of Clearwater Beach, although it is not situated on the same barrier island.
Most of the time you won’t see anyone on the beach except for the weekends when locals will come to spend the day. Smuggler’s Cove is a great place to spend the morning or afternoon limin’ in the sun and sipping blended drinks in the sand. Captain Stevens runs his little drink stand with power from his Jeep. The clear waters will tempt you to spend your time swimming and snorkeling, while the palm trees will call you to spread your beach blanket in the shade and relax.
Aptly named for it’s beautiful stretch of white sandy beach, White Bay is one of the most visually stunning bays in the BVI. Best approached by water, to fully appreciate the expanse of white sand and turquoise sea, a trip to White Bay is not complete without a swim up to one of the beach’s delightful bars with your pockets full of ‘soggy dollars’. It’s a bay with white sand, which slopes gently to the sea, and it can be seen from the hill or even from the shore. The visitors can enjoy perfect sunset scenery from here and the fresh air is very good for the respiratory organs. People come to Soliman Bay to aviod the frantic pace of mainstream tourism and just enjoy the simple pleasures of sun, sea and sand on a uncrowded semi-private beach. Accommodations range from deluxe little cabanas and beach bungalows to palatial hacienda/villas, all facing beautiful Soliman Bay.