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Anguilla Beaches

The following are some of the most popular beaches in Anguilla.

Little Bay Beach

Little Bay Beach is accessible from either a boat or a 66 foot ladder that descends from the top of a bluff. Once tourists reach the beach, they’ll be able to enjoy the talcum sand and the seclusion of a bluff encircled beach. Little Bay Beach, Anguilla To reach this remote cove, you'll need to hire a boat or climb down 66 feet on the fishnet ladder carefully tied to the bluff's top. The difficult approach is worth the work; you're rewarded with 80 yards of talcum sand, walled in by high cliffs on three sides.

Shoal Bay East

Shoal East Bay is considered by some tourist publications to be the world’s premier beach. It sprawls across 2 miles of land. Pristine reefs are located in the middle of the beach.

Barnes Bay

This is one of the most secluded beaches on Anguilla.

Meads Bay

Meads Bay is a famous beach located in western Anguilla. It usually is not crowded. Tourists can find luxury hotels and fine dining on Meads Bay.

 

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