As with many of the beaches in the northern area of the island they are hard to get to. Typically you will want a Jeep. Usually the paths are 1 lane - dirt road would be a step up - they are worse. But if you like adveture and exploring you will find cool beaches. Northwest can be a nice... 更多
Definitely worth the difficult roads. Malcolm beach is easier to get to than Talia beach and is consequently more popular - at Talia beach you will see very few other people, if any. At Malcolm beach there is now an artificial reef. The original steps down to the beach were washed away in the recent storms (as was a lot... 更多
We questioned the road leading down to the beach, but were glad we made the trip. It's a beautiful spot. The water is rough because of the location, but the beach was fun to walk on.
This beach has a lot of seaweed in the area and is hard to find a clear spot to get in the water. However there is no one there and you can have the sand all to yourself. If you want a beach day with no one around.. this is your place.
Stopped here during a self led tour of the island. The beach is isolated and pristine. If you are looking for a beach to yourself, this is it. Warning, do not drive all the way out to the end of the beach access. Your car will get stuck in the sand as it gets soft unexpectedly! Thank goodness for the... 更多
It's a bit of an adventure to get to this beach. We had an SUV which was just as well. The "road" is a sand track it's fairly firm but you have to take care. We are very used to desert driving so felt reasonably confident. It's very very isolated, no shade or water. Be sure to take water and... 更多
Beautiful beach but do not go alone!! Very secluded and no mobile service. Not recommended unless it's a tour with lots of people. Tourists need not go there.