The most lively tourist area is St Lawrence Gap which is home to many great bars and clubs. There are also great beaches, ideal for relaxing after a busy night out.
Mrs A Mosley, Rotherham
|22nd May 2017|
|Divi Southwinds Beach Resort|
|1 Bedroom Suite - Pool View|
Lots of restaurants on St Lawrence Gap, make sure you try Harlequins and Champer (taxi ride to Champer but well worth it). You have to prebook in most of the decent restaurants. Try the restaurants at the beach hotel too, they are all nice.
MR T Pirie, Dronfield
|1st Nov 2016|
|Butterfly Beach Hotel|
|Studio - Island View|
Everything amazing, as expected.
Mr D Obrien, Crawley
|17th Mar 2016|
|Bougainvillea Beach Resort|
|Junior Suite - Garden/Pool/Sea View|
Lots to do in the area.
Mr D Nugent, Leeds
|11th Mar 2016|
|Bed & Breakfast|
Loved the area.
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For swimming and sunbathing kick back at Worthing Beach and Miami Beach or, for snorkeling head for St Lawrence Bay. Dover Beach and Maxwell Beach offer a range of water-sports and you can learn to surf at Rainbow Beach.
If you are an experienced surfer, you might prefer Golden Sands Beach, Silver Sands Beach and Surfers Point.
Things to Do
Historic attractions at the southern end of the island include Sunbury Plantation House, where you can learn of 18th and 19th century life on the sugar plantations and, the South Point Lighthouse which is near Miami Beach.
Depending on the season, you might also catch a game of cricket at the Dover.
Out and About
At the southern end of the island, Christchurch is ideally located to enjoy the lively nightlife and speciality restaurants at St Lawrence Gap as well as the famous Friday night Fish Fry at Oistins.
Chattel House Shopping Village provides a colourful setting to shop for gift items.
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