Welcome to pelican-less, Pelican bay. Pelican Bay remains an undiscovered, peaceful rocky beach. Relatively plain compared to other parts of Anguilla, it's attractive to ex-pats for the rocky shoreline that surrounds the little beach and the wider availability of land.
Let's see where we are on the island...
Pelican Bay is close to Blowing Point and the Anguilla ferries. The shoreline is rather undistinguished from the sea...
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The views to St. Martin are as spectacular as ever... you seem closer than close to those magnficient mountains.
Otherwise, there is not much to Pelican Bay. I looked hard, but never did see a pelican.
The beach is on the smaller side with both rocky and sandy ocean front. The area is not as developed as its neighbors, Blowing Point (to the west) and Little Harbour (to the east), though that has changed in recent years with "Lockrum Estates" and a couple other high-end villas.
Here is another impressive villa on Pelican Bay's shores...
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As you can see, it used to be that there were only a few houses... the rest of the beach was vacant. But it hasn't stayed that way.
Still, there is Anguilla real estate available! Let's take a look...
If you liked the idea of living just seconds from the ferry to St. Martin, but found Blowing Point "too busy," there's always Pelican Bay to consider!
Watch this video for a feel of Pelican Bay...