Warwick Long Bay Beach
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Located in Warwick Parish, Warwick Long Bay as its name suggests, a usually uncrowded long stretch of unspoilt, pink sandy beach.  Its deeply shelving nature can make it challenging to go for a swim though the surf is quite nice.

Warwick Long Bay--Like Astwood Cove, this is one of the best places for people who want to escape the family crowds and find solitude. Unlike the sheltered coves of nearby Chaplin and Horseshoe bays , this popular beach features a 1km ( 1/2-mile) stretch of sand, the longest on the island. This expanse is conducive to social interaction, but also offers plenty of space to stretch out solo -- it all depends on what you prefer. Against a backdrop of scrubland and low grasses, the beach lies on the southern side of South Shore Park, in Warwick Parish. Despite the frequent winds, the waves are surprisingly small thanks to an offshore reef. Jutting above the water less than 60m (200 ft.) from the shore is a jagged coral island that, because of its contoured shape, appears to be floating above the water's foam. There are restrooms at the beach's western end, plus lots of parking, but no other facilities. There are no lifeguards because the undertow is not very strong. Take bus 7.

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