Lower Bay Beach is the largest beach on the Caribbean side of the island.
The long crescent of soft golden sand, fringed by palm and coconut trees on one side and the warm clear Caribbean sea on the other, sweeps towards the harbour before ending where reef becomes rock as a small point rises out of the sea, the other side of which is Princess Margaret beach. Less accessible by road, is a popular anchorage for yachts.
You will see a scattering of beach bars/restaurants as you walk along the beach
During the week you may see a fishing boat, pulled up selling his catch having announced his arrival by blowing a conch shell.
On Sunday the people in the village use the beach more, you may see a small group or two grilling fish or breadfruit over a small fire made of drift wood to Caribbean sounds.