Fodor's Expert Review Haulover Beach
Don't be put off by the overgrown roundabout, because if you carry on to the left you'll find yourself at a wide swooping bay. There are miles to stroll, trees for shade, and only the odd photographer to meet along the way. The water is crystal clear and shallow, and the entire bay is a protected haven. This is where the boats would moor, bringing goods in to the nearby plantation and taking out what they wished to sell. If you cross over the rise where the unfinished home sits, you will find an unprotected coastline, a beachcomber’s delight. There's a wonderful little path that winds through the indigenous underbrush bordered by low rock walls that will lead you to the ruins. The walk out and back takes about 30 minutes. Amenities: none. Best for: solitude; walking.