Beaches
Junks Hole
Near the remote eastern end of Anguilla is a beautiful, long, curved bay with sand, snorkelling, palm trees, and one building, a fun beach bar, Palm Grove. The bay is called Savannah Bay and looks like it should have a five-star resort on it instead of being empty.

Directions: There are several ways to get to Junks Hole. Since Palm Grove Bar has put up signs, it is very easy. From airport parking lot, take the only exit and turn left on Airport Road. Go straight past Island Car Rental and National Bank of Anguilla, continuing straight through the intersection by Albert Lake's Super Market. Continue on the main paved road for about 3 miles, then turn left and go over the hill and into Island Harbour. Go through the village and about 1/2 mile beyond. At the top of the hill, turn left on a wide, straight gravel road that slopes down. The road divides in a Y in about 1/2 mile. Keep right and head toward the palm trees.
Katouche Bay
Between Road Bay and Crocus Bay on Anguilla's Northern coast is a fun exploring beach: Katouche Bay. This bay is noted for a number of things. It is the start of the Katouche Valley rainforest, it is never crowded, it is a fun place to explore or have a picnic, and it is a good place to look for fossil sealife.

Directions: From airport parking lot, exit the only way possible, turn left on airport road. Drive straight past Island Car Rental, Anglec and National Bank of Anguilla, turning left at the light by Albert Lake's supermarket. Continue straight, up Coronation Blvd to Crocus Hill. At the top of the hill, turn left and follow the paved road along the ridge until it ends, then continue on the main dirt road to Masara Resort. Check at the office if it is okay to continue on their private road. Drive politely through the resort, down a steep one-lane road to a parking area by the beach.
Limestone Bay
Limestone Bay is about 100 yards of scenic perfection on a rocky coast. Ideal for picnics, there is even a tree or two for shade.

Directions: drive up Coronation past Ashley's, Public Works and Koal Keel restaurant to the top of the hill, where you turn right on a paved road that dips down into a small valley and back up. Follow this road until it dead ends at Limestone Bay, resisting a tempting turn to the right along the way and passing Little Bay on the left shortly after the last house.

Drive cautiously: Hurricane Lenny damaged the road past Little Bay. You might want to park and walk - it isn't far.
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