Anguilla is a small island in the British West Indies of the Carribeans that has over thirty beaches which span over thirty miles. The beaches of Anguilla have many water sports and boat races throughout the year with August being the most busiest time for racing boats. The Anguilla beaches also have water activities, such as swimming, kayaking, scuba diving, surfing, and snorkeling. There are also many shopping centers, beach bars, and restaurants up and down the beaches. The beaches are filled with many beach front villas and resort hotels located up and down the beaches. People can walk from one beach to the next. Most of the beaches are quiet, uncrowded, and secluded so much that people have been lulled into slumbering sleep by the waves of the ocean instead of being awakened by loud noises. They are calm beaches where people can nap while tanning. The weather is a warm 80 degrees all year round. Vacationers can have barbecues and dinner parties on the beaches.
Each beach in Anguilla will have their own special characteristics that are different from each other. The beaches are also known for their deep reefs and shipwrecks that can be found by scuba diving in the ocean. The people that live on the island of Anguilla are welcoming and full of warmth for all who visit it. The most popular beach in Anguilla is Shoal Bay East beach. It has been rated as one of the most popular beaches for snorkeling in magazines for tourism. The most crowded beach is Sandy Ground beach. This is the beach where boats are docked from all over the world. The area is surrounded by sparkling blue ocean water, mountains, palm trees, and gold soft sand. This is the beach where most of the boat races take place at and it is the beach where people can find many parties going on all day and night.
The most secluded beach is Barnes Bay. It is a beautiful beach with only the finest of sand and there are no coarse rocks or shells to step on. This is such a quiet and secluded beach that people pay up to $3,000 to stay in the beachfront villas looking for the ultimate in privacy. The beach that has the best restaurants and bars are at Trattoria Tramonto beach. Vacationers love this beach for the best spots to relax and share wine and beer on the beach. The most expensive beach that has the most entertainment with barbecue, dancing, and music is at Scilly Cay beach. People may end up spending a lot of their money on the crayfish barbecues, rum punches, and lobster, but it will be worth every minute of it at this beach.
The beach that has some of the most gorgeous views are at Crocus Bay beach and the beach with some of the most spectacular waves for surfing is at Limestone Bay. Crocus Bay is located in the valley of Anguilla. It has one of the best fish and chips restaurants on the beach. Tourists can take a boat ride from Crocus Bay up to Little Bay, which is another beach in Anguilla. Limestone Bay is also located in the valley of Anguilla. It has a more rocky and hilly look to it compared to the rest of the desert island landscape of the other beaches. The rocky cliffs on Limestone Bay emit some spectacular waves on to the shore.