barnesLocated in the north west of Anguilla (the West End) between Meads Bay and West End Bay, this Anguilla beach is a beach goer’s delight. Barnes Bay Beach in Anguilla is secluded; and is almost always uninhabited. The white sand on Barnes Bay beach in Anguilla is perfect for sunbathing while the beach offers wonderful opportunities for swimming, snorkeling or diving and other fun water sports and activities. Barnes Bay Beach is perfect for family outings or just for relaxing in Anguilla. Beach front establishments are numerous and include several great Anguilla hotels, Anguilla villas and Anguilla restaurants. The hotels and villas on Barnes Bay include Arbron Villa, Les Alizes Villa, Cerulean Villa and Caribella Beach Resort and the Mangos Restaurant.

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To get to Barnes Bay Beach in Anguilla take the only exit, turn left twice and onto the roundabout. Drive west along the main island road and at the next roundabout, keeping to the left side where you will pass entrances to CuisinArt Resort & Spa and Cap Juluca Resort. There is a turnoff on the right side which is a dirt road and ends up in the middle of Barnes Bay. Look for signs to Mangos Restaurant or Caribella Beach Resort. Drive on to Barnes Bay Beach.