POINTS OF INTEREST
On the northwestern shore, this small, nondescript beach borders shallow waters that stretch 300 yards from shore. There are no snack or refreshment stands here, but shade is available under the thatched umbrellas. Right off the coast here is a favorite haunt for divers and snorkelers—the wreck of the German ship Antilla, scuttled in 1940. All the snorkel boat tours stop here for a dip as well. Amenities: none. Best for: solitude; snorkeling.