This long, sandy beach tends to be quieter and more secluded than neighboring Horseshoe Bay. However, like many South Shore beaches, it is subject to riptides. Because there's no lifeguard, it is not wise to swim alone here, nor is it smart to enter the water when the red flag is up. Here one can find sanderlings puttering along the shore. The cliff trails, bordered by the Bermuda cedars and bay grape trees, make for great hiking excursions. And in the summer, watch for the longtails.
Attractions & Landmarks, Beaches/Bodies of Water