Anguilla Beaches

Experiencing Anguilla: Which perspective is your favorite?

For an island that’s a mere 16 – 17 miles in length, Anguilla’s stunning beaches and surprising views never fail to amaze. People often venture to the regular hot spots (Shoal Bay, Rendezvous Bay, Sandy Ground, etc.), but there are the lesser-known gems that are equally stunning and memorable. Check out a few snapshots from around the island:

Shoal Bay, Anguilla
Shoal Bay, Anguilla
Rendezvous Bay, Anguilla
Rendezvous Bay, Anguilla
Meads Bay Boat Races
Meads Bay, Anguilla
Trattoria Tramonto
Shoal Bay West
Smokey's, Cove Bay
Cove Bay, Anguilla
Savannah Bay, Anguilla
Savannah Bay, Anguilla
Little Bay, ANguilla
Little Bay, Anguilla
Scilly Cay, Anguilla
Scilly Cay, Anguilla


Which piece of the island is your favorite? What’s your favorite way to experience Anguilla? Share your thoughts in the comments section below to help get other visitors exploring!

xoxo from the Caribbean,

Shannon Kircher, The Wanderlust Effect

More about Shannon Kircher

Shannon Kircher is the founder and editor of The Wanderlust Effect, formerly The Traveling Scholar. Founded in 2009, she has continued to document her international escapes as an expat in Europe and the Caribbean. She is a former resident of London and San Francisco and now calls the island of Anguilla home. In addition to The Wanderlust Effect, Shannon is the Director of Marketing for the Frangipani Beach Resort and is on the Board of Directors of the Omololu International School in Anguilla.

  • I love your photos. Shows Anguilla the way I see it!

  • We love the pictures too!
    Anguilla really does have the best beaches in the world.

  • Where is Lover’s Cove? I haven’t even heard of it and that’s a shame on my part!

    I love Savannah Bay and Captains Bay when I want to get away from the “crowds”. : )

  • Hey Mandy! You can see Lover’s Cove from a place called Rum Punch Villa in Anguilla. It’s small and private, but such a gorgeous view!

  • Monica Madison

    What has now become an every Sunday ritual…head out to Scilly Cay for good food, awesome live music and a rhum punch or two, or three…where else would I rather be?

    • Ahhh, yes – can’t say I disagree with you there, Monica! When we have a Sunday off, Scilly Cay is one of our faves. Special spot!

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