One island, 33 beaches.
With over 33 unblemished beaches, Anguilla has coast line to suit everyone’s tastes and interests. All Anguilla beaches are public and new construction (including private homes) must allow public access to be approved. Bake on the white coral sand undisturbed, enjoy music and action around you, explore the underwater world, hike rugged terrain, or play in the surf with paddle boards, kayaks and banana boats. It’s just a matter of picking a place to start. Here are a few to try.
Anguilla’s Beautry Runs Deep
Anguilla's beaches are all 100% public. Even new construction must adhere to strict rules to keep them accessible. While all open, Rendezvous Bay and Meads Bay offer the easiest access for beach wedding guests. Some beaches may require you to park farther away and walk, or even climb down a cliff (see Little Bay).
The beaches belong to everyone
Just a two-minute walk down the footpath next to the villas is a secluded stretch of sandy beach where you can swim and do some snorkeling.