Soft sand, nice water. Pleasure of seeing full rainbows sand to sea. Quiet. Not a lot of people. Shoal Bay East is a bit nicer with whiter sand. Snorkeling is not great anywhere around the island, this beach included. A few hotels along the beach with dining options you can walk to from one hotel to another.
The sand feels like it has been mixed with talc. It is so very soft. Great views of St. Martin with fast trip boats bringing people over. Cap Juluca is the hotel on the bay and it is very quiet. Not a big party place except when you are on a catamaran day trip.
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WOW !! What a beautiful place !! The beach and water on this bay is simply stunning. It's a great place to simply sit back and let the world go by. My own wish is for some beach bars run by locals and not a big resort.
Though I heard nor saw boat action during the day I enjoyed this beach, I did speak with the Cap Juluca Water Sports Desk about stash of water skis (and slalom skis). Yes, this is the only place that water skiers can make it happen on Anguilla.It is a slice of paradise to sit on this beach.
The softest white sand and the bluest water I've ever seen. This is why I chose to go to the Caribbean. I didn't see a better beach over the next 2 weeks (and 2 islands). Absolute perfection. Although it's open to the public, it's really best for Cap Juluca guests, due to the services available.