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We spent 7 days at Jolly Beach. It is a very nice beach with calm clear water. We went in January and the temperature was perfect. So many sea shells to choose from and an nice walking beach! Also beautiful sunsets everyday. Loved this place...More
We had an amazing time while at that beach, you gotta pay to use the chairs and umbrellas, I don’t know about eating because we had a taxi van to get us from there and take to the stingray city to see the stingrays, a...More
We were lucky enough to stay at a hotel (Cocos) right on Valley Church Beach. It is a beautiful stretch of beach, and the water is spectacular and usually always crystal clear. It is rarely crowded and is reasonably quiet, so great for relaxing, a...More
If you want to see “Caribbean Blue” as Enya sings, then this is the place to see it. Incredible quiet beach which we loved. Restaurant appeared quite average with poor service (had to wait about ten minutes just to ask a question). Toilets be warned...More
This was one of the beaches our hotel shuttle took us too. The normally wet mangrove swamp was drying up due to a drought and the smell was overwhelmingly that of decaying detritus and swamp creatures. The sand was a bit courser than other beaches....More
I loved the color of the ocean mixed with the surrounding hills/mountains. The clarity isnt on par with darkwood or ffryes but ot was still great! My only complaint really is that awful smell from the nearby mangrove. Its very unfortunate but its nature! We...More
Five years ago we were taken to this magnificent beach by a local tour operator as part of a cruise trip to Antigua... five years later we are returning ton one of the most beautiful beaches ever seen. Enjoy!
Imagine your own curve of white sand, endless turquoise water, and no one else in sight. You can hear the goats calling to each other on the rocks overlooking the bay. Then imagine that the nearby 300-year-old Anglican church has opened its doors and windows,...More