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Horseshoe Bay Beach, Southampton Parish

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Considered to be one of the top ten beaches in the world, Horseshoe Bay Beach features a curved stretch of pink sand against the backdrop of limestone rocks protruding into turquoise blue waters. If you find the main beach crowded, walk up over the dunes and look for one of the secluded coves. If you're a good swimmer, you can venture out a little offshore towards the rocks, where you'll find some excellent spots for snorkeling. You'll be greatly rewarded with sights of angelfish, parrotfish, snappers, and many other colorful sea creatures. Enjoy a cool beer or a soda on a patio of the beach cafe, which also offers a menu of burgers, hotdogs, chicken, and fish. Amenities include a small shop selling towels and T-shirts, as well as restrooms, changing booths, and showers near the entrance. Add Horseshoe Bay Beach to your Southampton Parish travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Southampton Parish trip generator.
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Reviews
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  • Food, rental equipment, lockers, changing room, bathrooms, kite flying, people watching it is all there. So easy to get to. World famous....  more »
  • wait until end of April to swim but gorgeous beaches, volcanic rock formations with water thats an indescribable color of aqua fades into purple. Walk the trails that take you from one beach to anothe...  more »
  • Definitely one of the most beautiful beaches I've seen. The rocks results in beautiful coves, which absolutely not overflow work despite some tourists (large cruise ship on this day). There's always a corner, one has for himself alone. When one looks at the ship in dockyard, it comes very well, cheap and easily with the bus to the beach. Also give Hill light house is not far away and good walking distance to (very favourable entry).
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  • Very crowded beautiful beach. Cool rock out in the middle of the bay you can swim out to and jump off of. Be careful though it can get hairy up there.
  • This is the loveliest beach I've ever been to. The sand is fantastic, the views are tremendous. It's great.
  • It's a gorgeous beach but it is so incredibly crowded when the cruise ship tours are around that I can't fathom why anyone would choose to come here on their own. If you have any means of getting yourself around the island, go to one of the less-crowded and equally beautiul beaches, like Church Bay or Elbow beach (take Tribal Road 4B down to the public beach in between some of the fancy resorts).
  • Gorgeous beach, like from the movies. Very crowded towards the front, you can walk down to the left if you want to get a better ocean solitude. Be careful of the jellyfish, they hurt real bad. Lunch shack has good beach fare, and has reasonable prices.
  • Amazing beach. Turquoise blue water. Powdery sand. Perfect!!!!