Mangrove Bay offers a laidback West End seashore close to Somerset Village--a good place for an easy stroll, swim, or snorkel along its (suitably) mangrove-edged beachfront. Sea turtles occasionally cruise the seagrass flats, and when surfacing are sometimes visible from shore. Watching the sailboats ply the bay waters, meanwhile, makes its own pleasant pastime.
And speaking of boats, Mangrove Bay is also host to the famous Non-Mariners Race, that goofy anti-contest during Cup Week festivities that features makeshift watercrafts not at all designed for speed or even buoyancy.
Built in 1796, St. Paul's Church and its graveyard attract many visitors each year. The Anglican... Read more