• Galley Bay Exposed to the west, it is the ideal beach for those who love surfing, although a part of the beach is very quiet, also suitable for a relaxed swimming. Here is also the homonymous hotel characterized by beautiful bungalows and you get there from Five Island Village.
• Dickenson Bay is the most famous, surrounded by a series of large hotels: here you can practice all water sports and in the evening it is a meeting place and entertainment.
• Fort Bay is one of the closest to St. John’s and is next to Fort James, named after the ruler who reigned during the period in which it was built.
• Jolly Beach almost entirely occupied by the resort of the same name, has a public access right behind the main entrance of the complex • St. James’s Club “all-inclusive” beach for half or full day with many attractions.
• Runaway Bay is located on the northwest coast of the island, not far from St. John’s: it is a long white beach that stands out on the turquoise sea.
• Dutchman’s Bay near the airport, another beach well protected by the reef, also famous among windsurfers. • Deep Bay easily accessible from St. John’s, is a beautiful beach within easy reach.
• Jabberwock Beach, located on the north coast of the island, home to the kitesurfing school, fun even just to go and admire the acrobatics of kitesurfers sailed and not.