Rendezvous Bay beach is the best of all Anguilla beaches for walking. Enjoy solitude in the Secluded Beaches Caribbean island.
The bay is a perfect sweep of soft white sand. On the Caribbean sea side of Anguilla, Rendezvous Bay gives you a breath taking view of St. Martin. No matter where you look, though, while you walk, the eye always seems to be pleased.
The water is clear and that perfect turquoise we all love, sun bright and sand soft. But, there is one problem with this beach which you will see later on…
We started our walk at the Anguilla hotel CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa. Park in their parking lot and look around. It is elegant, and right smack in the middle of the beach. We walked their gardens, admired their interesting style of villas, and the main lobby. They even have a hydroponics greenhouse.
After you finish exploring the main lobby, continue on through to the beach. Now, this is where we found the one problem!…
Which direction should we walk? Towards the East or towards the West? They both look so perfect! Oh well, flip a coin and let’s start towards…
The Caribbean island of Anguilla has over 30 beaches to explore, not counting those on the offshore cays and islands. There are no clothing-optional beaches on Anguilla. In fact, topless bathing is also illegal. All beaches in Anguilla are public, but there are no lifeguards on duty. Be cautious swimming at remote beaches, especially if the surf is high.
At the east end of Rendezvous Bay there is an interesting little beach with an interesting relic of the past. I don’t know who the “pirates” were or what happened to the original “pier”, but the people who live in the neighborhood told me that the remains are called “Pirate’s Pier”, so who am I to question them.
Between Cul De Sac and the Rendezvous Bay Hotel is a small beach that you might find fun, one of Anguilla’s over 30 beaches. Residents who come down to the beach here say the snorkelling is great, and they can swim out into Rendezvous Bay. And the young at heart can swim out to the remains of the pier. The amount of sand on the beach varies with the latest big storms.
Enjoy the nature in the secluded beaches Caribbean island.
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