Welcome to the home of Palm Grove, Savannah Bay. This is a fabulous deserted beach, great for a walk, alone with your thoughts. But hurry, that's changing soon.
Let's see where we are on the island...
Palm trees and Palm Grove.
The two of them wrap up Savannah Bay in a (coco)nutshell.
Show up at Savannah Bay around noon.
Take a long, luxurious walk on the beach's sandy shores.
Marvel at the wild wave action by the western tip of the beach.
Swimming in those waves near that rocky edge can be dangerous. But the eastern end of the beach is ideal for a dip!
The water by the eastern end ("Junk's Hole") is blissfully calm. And conveniently located by Nat's, more formally known as...
Sit down and have a rum punch (my Dad loves theirs). Before you know it, there'll be fresh lobster and crayfish coming right up! YUM!
While this is a "deserted" beach, free of any structure other than Nat's beach shack, you won't be the only ones here.
Palm Grove is always packed with hungry customers in search of the best lobster on the island! It's still our favorite beachshack restaurant.
Watch the video below for a peak at Savannah Bay...
Savannah Bay is really the perfect "deserted Caribbean beach"... one superb beachfront restaurant, a long sandy beach, swaying palms (some of them snapped off), and wide open ocean.
Sounds fantastic doesn't it? And it is! It really is! The bay is all the way out on the East end, just moments away from the eastern tip (Windward Point).
Let's take another look around...
View From the Palm Grove
Palm Trees Swishing in the Wind
After A Nice Meal at the Palm Grove!
Spectacular, no? However, it's not all rum-punches and sun, there is one problem... Anguilla real estate! There just doesn't seem to be that much! The entire beach is mostly sand, so not much opportunity here if you're not from Anguilla. You have to drive a few minutes inland to find properties.
If this beach appeals to you, it wouldn't hurt to see what's available nearby!