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Morris Bay

Situated down Antigua's south coast, only a short way from Turners and right alongside the plush Curtain Bluff hotel, Morris Bay is said to be the most spectacular of beaches for watching sunsets in Antigua.

Withs its clear waters fringed by tall coconut trees and sceninc surrounding landscape at Morris Bay you'll always find some friendly animals grazing around. Cows and horses can often been seen enjoying the tranquility of the surroundings. The water on this beach side is often just a little cooler and glistening crystal clear making it perfect for some peaceful snorkelling time during your Antigua holidays at this virtually deserted beach.

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