Friday, 18 March 2016

A beach-lover’s guide to St. Kitts …

THE south-eastern peninsula undoubtedly has the finer beach scene – pale sand and tropical blue waters – while the north has a more rustic feel with darker, volcanic sands. The western, #Caribbean side of the island has calmer seas, while the eastern, Atlantic coast offers wild, breezier shoreline. 

At the very tip of the south-eastern peninsula, Banana Bay possesses an isolated hot-spot for those seeking peace and quiet.

Majors Bay, narrow stretch of golden sand and warm water is a popular location to escape the hustle and bustle of the city … good for couples and families. Bring your fishing rod.

On the Atlantic coast, North Frigate Bay was made for relaxation and windsurfing; the surf is much choppier for those up for a challenge.

One of the most popular beaches in St. Kitts, South Frigate Bay has accessible and beachfronts popular with locals and tourists. Beachfront bars offer lively entertainment, music and dance.

South Friar's Bay neighbours the narrowest part of the island. It has yellow-grey sand, calm seas, a lively atmosphere and green vervet monkeys.

If you are looking for seclusion, go to Cockleshell Bay … a great place to sun, surf, and sleep, and well-known for its rocky snorkeling spots. After sunset, there’s a choice of the quirky Reggae Beach Bar or fine dining at Spice Mill Restaurant.

Turtle Bay, not to be mistaken with Turtle Beach, is considered an unspoiled gem. Relatively quiet and discreet, this cove is good for surfing when conditions are right. 

Adjacent to Turtle Bay, Sandy Bank Bay has powdery white sands. Well-protected and private, the area is home to Christophe Harbour, a luxury real estate development comprising harbourside villas, an 18-hole golf course, and a superyacht marina and village. 

Turtle Beach offers watersports and beach sport activities on a small stretch of sand, and a coral reef.

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