Brewers Bay Beach
British Virgin Islands, Tortola

Brewers Bay is a secret spot on the north coast of Tortola. Few people know about him, and tourist guides are in a hurry to tell about dozens of other beaches. Brewers Bay Beach is popular with locals who often get out here for the weekend. Due to the remoteness from the central regions, there are always very few tourists. The beach is surrounded by beautiful palm trees, smoothly turning into dense impassable jungle. The bay itself in the summer season acquires a piercing turquoise hue due to subsiding currents. On the shore there are only two small cafes where you can enjoy a cool drink or a simple snack. Today, Brewers Bay is gaining popularity among snorkelling enthusiasts. The water here is very conducive to swimming, strong surfs, as well as low tides, are more likely for winter.