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The beach is a mix of sand and crushed sea shells with the waves being a constant. It is a little difficult to walk on as you sink in a couple of inches for more. Best to take sandals and walk in bare feet. You...More
Just by crossing the street to the left, there is a sign that says Beach Walk, I stopped at a little Banan store and had a strawberry bannon one ( sort of like a slushie). The walk was beautiful. Got to see large waves, then...More
The ocean and beach to one side with a pathway to walk that divides the beach from the shopping areas. The concrete pathway makes it easier than walking on the beach. There are plenty of restaurants to choose from so that whatever part of the...More
However, it has a number of eateries, a few ABC Stores, some souvenier and general stores, so it's an ideal location for an hotel stay. Be better still if it led directly to "the beach", so don't be thinking it does.
This was a fun stroll after supper. There were lots of shops to check out with a wide variety of merchandise and price levels. Everything was super clean. We even visited a Farmer's Market on Tuesday and Thursday that offered the most amazing fresh fruit!
The beachwalk is a cement walkway that does not run the entire length of the beach. You can walk the entire length of the beach but not on the beachwalk. If you walk the entire length of the beach you will not always be on... More
The beachwalk is a cement walkway that does not run the entire length of the beach. You can walk the entire length of the beach but not on the beachwalk. If you walk the entire length of the beach you will not always be on sand or on cement but a combination of both as the beachwalk area around the Sheraton goes out into the water.