Meads Bay Beach Rating
Beach Personality: Romantic
Meads Bay Beach Anguilla
Meads Bay Beach Anguilla is just one of 33 beaches on the island! On a tropical island full of magnificent beaches, Meads Bay stands out for its uncrowded, romantic ambiance. That is probably due to its glorious sunsets and soft, white sand lapped by warm, inviting water. Occasionally, when the wind is blowing from the north or northeast, the surf at Meads Bay beach can get a bit rough. If that happens, why not join the surfers, kite surfers, and boogie boarders out enjoying the waves.
According to Milda Roszkiewicz, Meads Bay is her favorite beach in the world. She loves absolutely everything about Meads Bay Beach Anguilla, “from the accommodations to the food choices to the quality of the sand!” She should know as she has been vacationing at Meads Bay for many years.
- Kite surfing
- Boogie boarding
- Watching the sunset
- Public bathrooms – No, but hotels and restaurants along the beach have restrooms.
- Showers – No, but hotels along the beach have showers.
- Parking – Yes, at hotels and restaurants along the beach.
- Food – Yes, at hotels and restaurants along the beach.
- Lifeguard – No.
- Dogs allowed on the beach – No.
Blanchard’s Beach Shack rents chairs by the day.
Water sports equipment rentals are available from many of the hotels along Meads Bay Beach Anguilla.
Meads Bay Beach Anguilla is approximately 7 miles from Clayton J. Lloyd International Airport. To reach Meads Bay from the airport, head west out of the airport to The Valley Road. Turn left onto The Valley Road. Continue on this road to your destination along Meads Bay Beach.
You can also take a ferry to Anguilla from Marigot in St. Martin. Anguilla’s ferry terminal is in Blowing Point, which is approximately 5 miles from Meads Bay. To reach Meads Bay from Blowing Point, head north on the road leading out of the ferry terminal. Stay on this road until it ends at The Valley Road. Turn left onto The Valley Road. Continue on this road to your destination along Meads Bay beach.
Review courtesy of Milda Roszkiewicz. Many thanks Milda.
To many joyful beach experiences!
— Lisa Dworkin