Hibiscus Beach is located on the North Shore of the island, and is named for the former Hibiscus Beach Resort (or Turtle Bay Beach Resort) in Little Princess. Hibiscus Beach adjoins Pelican Cove Beach, so you can walk down the beach to the resort at Pelican Cove to purchase food and drinks. The beach is a little rocky, which makes for great snorkeling when the current isn’t too strong.
Location: North Shore
This beach is actually part of Pelican Cove, but is known by many from the days when Hibiscus Beach Resort was open on this part of the beach. Following Hibiscus, the resort was reopened as Turtle Bay Beach Resort, but has since closed.
Coming from Christiansted, turn right at the light onto Northside Road / Route 75 and pass Pueblo supermarket. At the next light (Five Corners) make a slight left turn to stay on Northside Road. After about 1 mile, turn right at Gas City (look for the red gas station sign) and follow the faded signs for Turtle Bay Beach Resort. There is a public beach access just east of the closed resort.
- Nearby resort
- Nearby restaurant and bar
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