Look out over the main beach fronting Johnson’s Point from a waterfront bar or restaurant and see a spacious sweep of golden sand and pristine shores.
Turner’s Beach is a local favorite and a perfect idyll for swimmers, snorkelers and sunbathers. Its extensive stretch of coast stretches north across the broad arc of Picarts Bay from Johnson’s Point. Stroll along the beach and look out across the bay or snorkel over the mesmerizing world beneath the surface of the water. Linger into the evening at the atmospheric beach bars along Turner’s Beach and enjoy fresh local food with an impressive view of the sun setting into the Caribbean Sea.
Get acquainted with this pretty part of the world by wandering along the beach. Stretching a little over 0.4 miles (600 meters), Turner’s Beach is perfect for a leisurely stroll. Head south for the widest section of the beach, which is protected by the rocky headland of Johnson’s Point.
Spread out your towel or rent a sun lounger and beach umbrella from one of the bars on either end of the beach. Soak up the sunshine and listen to the gently crashing waves. Wade out into the water and enjoy the warm temperature of the Caribbean Sea. Turner’s Beach has some easily accessible snorkel sites. The southern end of the beach has rocky areas where you might spot parrotfish and angelfish.
North of the beach, jump onboard a boat bound for one of the vivid offshore reefs along the western coast. Plunge into the clear waters at Cades Reef and be awed by the exquisite coral gardens and brightly colored fish.
If you feel like a drink or a meal at Turner’s Beach, order a cocktail or a cold beer from your lounger on the beach. Dine on fresh fish and lobster as you watch a magnificent sunset from Turner’s Beach.
Access Turner’s Beach directly in front of Johnson’s Point via the main coastal road. Customers at Turner’s Beach Restaurant can enjoy easy access to the southern end of the beach. A public access path is located near the northern end of the beach.