We enjoyed snorkeling here (though we did not go out to the sunken ship, which I'm sure would have been great). However, you need to either have sturdy water shoes or enter the water from a dock due to the rocky/coral shoreline that extends several feet into the water. If we had just been going for the beach (meh) and... 更多
We took a water taxi from Nelsons Dockyard to the beach to walk to Shirley Heights via the Desmond Trail which starts just up the road from the beach. Cost $4US each. The boatman said that if we wanted to return by boat that the guys in the resort security hut would call him to come over but we walked... 更多
The entrance to the beach is not easy to find as at the beginning of the road there is a "private" sign. A local lady told us to go despite the sign so we were able to access the beach. It's not one of the best beaches on the island, the anchor and the small pier are really nice but,... 更多
We have visited this beach twice. It's nice and peaceful at present as its off season. It has a lot more seaweed than Pigeon Beach, but is lovely as an alternative, especially on Sunday's when Pigeon Beach gets very busy.
at the end of season we had this beach all to ourselves. We found a fresh coconut which we opened with a rock (took some time :) ) and enjoyed the fresh, although very warm, water out of it. At the time there was an excavation on the beach and we had a great chat with the archeologists digging there...... 更多
A nice unspoiled beach with a hiking trail at the end giving access to further beaches and the wooded headland. The English Harbour end of the beach is both wider and sandier. The water is clean and clear with areas of safe sandy bottom for the waders and reef/weed/coral for snorkling. Lots of fish including quite large tarpon and the... 更多