Montserrat contains sheltered, dark-sanded beaches and trendy tourist beaches lined with food vendors and historical sites. There is a beach for every traveler on Montserrat. The following are some of the most popular beaches in Montserrat.
A covered picnic area on top of a hill within view of the sea is located on Woodland Beach. This beach is covered with dark sand, which can be traced backed to Montserrat’s volcanic roots. This beach is easy to reach, and it is usually free of large crowds.
This island’s sole white-sand beach can be reached after a rough hike or by boat. This is a great spot to enjoy the beautiful bay, scuba dive, snorkel, or swim.
Little Bay is a great spot to watch boats coming and going from the nearby port, enjoy a swim, or unwind with a drink at one of numerous beachside bars.
Carr’s Bay Beach is a beautiful and historic beach. Beachgoers can tour the remains of a fort, a war memorial, and a replica of the Plymouth Clock Tower. Scuba divers and snorkelers can swim around the beautiful reefs located on the southern portion of Carr’s Bay Beach.
Old Road Beach
Old Road Beach is famous for the volcanic mud that spurts from beneath the earth’s surface. In fact, mud flowing from the earth has pushed the coastline such a distance that a jetty is now located on the land. The laidback and famous Jumping Jack's Beach Bar is located on Old Road Beach.