It takes the know how of a local guide to find this beach. In getting there you'll see few signs, and after a myriad of twists and turns in the road, if you find Bottom Bay on the first try you'll feel like Kreskin on a good day. Fortunately for beach lovers the remoteness of this beach is in direct proportion to its beauty - which is a good thing as it hasn't been overrun with tourism. Fortunately, no hotels have been built here, however, housing developments are creeping ever closer to the bay. So far it is still an undeveloped area, with the beach predominantly used by locals. Framed by cliffs on all sides, a grove of strikingly tall palm trees sprout skyward from the sand. There are steps cut into the rocks creating a pathway leading down to the beach, which as you near the water, you'll find your feet sink into the enveloping golden sand. The beach is on the Atlantic side of the island, so the surf can get very rough. Back on top, along the rim of the cliff looking down onto the beach, you can peer out into the open sea, yet still be below the summit of the graceful palms. Tip: Bottom Bay is on the located on the southeast coast east of Sam Lord's Castle.
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