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Turtle Bay

Listed under Beaches in Saint Kitts and Nevis.

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The most popular beach at the end of the peninsular (also a regular stop on the tour route), Turtle Bay has pale golden sand and good swimming. There is a good beach bar and restaurant, hammocks hanging in the trees and various watersports facilities including scuba diving and windsurfing. There is often a live steelband on Sundays, which makes for a good day out.

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