The beach bar and restaurant serves pizza, ribs and rotis.
Pool and darts.
Facilities: No rental or changing facilities.
Lindbergh Beach (Southwest)
Across the road from the airport, Lindbergh Beach is located
on a quiet bay. The beach is quite long and dotted with shade
trees. It's a good spot for inexperienced but game snorkelers
who can swim out to the small islands in the bay and explore
the coral reef.
Beachcomber Hotel. Children's playground.
Brewer's Beach (Southwest)
Near the College of the Virgin Islands, Brewer's draws a
young, lively crowd. Lots of music, ball and frisbee playing
and splashing. It's the best beach on St. Thomas for gather-
ing seashells. Some nude and topless bathing.
Facilities: Trucks sell food and drinks. No amenities.
Bolongo Bay Beach (Southside) is a pebbled beach strip
dotted with palm trees. The resort has an active watersports
program and non-guests can rent, take a day-sail or join the
St. Thomas Diving Club program. Iggie's Beach Bar has
hard-fought beach volleyball games and good food. Follow
Route 30 from Charlotte Amalie.
Cowpet Bay Beach (East End) is a great windsurfing
beach. Watersports center rents gear and gives lessons.
Route 38 near Red Hook.
Honeymoon Beach (Water Island) is a secluded beach on
the island's west coast. There are food vendors on weekends;
otherwise bring a picnic lunch and blankets. There are bath-
rooms. Take ferry from Tickles in Crown Bay Marina.