Perfect Locations to Watch the Sunset
The sunset is a magical moment of the day, wherever you are, because, on a clear sky, nature performs one of its most spectacular shows. The light, the colors, the setting, they can make every artist jealous, many of them trying to recreate the magical image of the sunset. But do you know where you can best enjoy a beautiful, even romantic, sunset? On a beach you can take the most of the part of the day as the sun appears to be sinking in the water, throwing fiery darts all over the sky. And on a tropical island like Anguilla, nothing will disturb the atmosphere, offering you an outstanding spectacle. So besides allowing you the chance to enjoy the best possible weather, gorgeous beaches, comfortable accommodation, Anguilla will also provide a few spots where the sunset will look simply perfect.
What you are about to discover, regarding the beaches of Anguilla that are best for seeing the sunset, is that they each offer a unique show. Yes, that’s right, the sunset will be different on each beach, which should give you enough reasons to visit one beach every late afternoon, to catch some spectacular sunsets. How can sunsets be different? You will be stunned to see that even their colors appear to be various. For instance, some sunsets are reddish, almost bright pink, some are orange, or bright yellow, and some have an almost soft purple color while others are almost silvery, like a scene is taken from a fairy tale. So it depends on the beach and how the sky appears during that day.
A great place to see a sunset is the Meads Bay. Right there on the soft sand, the sun will appear orange, as it sets, with bright shades of gold. Still, there is another place from where you can see the sunset in the Meads Bay, and that is from the Viceroy. The sun may appear further away from this point, diluting the colors into a soft pastel. An experience you shouldn’t miss. The Crocus Bay is another place famous for its sunsets, as the show starts with bright orange and tunes down to bright pink, as the sun starts to hide in the water. Or at least, that’s how it seems. You can either enjoy a private moment in a corner of the beach or savor a cocktail while watching the sunset, at the nearby da’Vida Restaurant.
If you are chasing sunsets, don’t forget to visit the Shoal Bay. It has a large beach, having enough space for everybody that gathers here for the sunset. Yes, it is a hot spot for this moment of the day, once you manage to get here, you will fully understand why. Sandy Ground should also be on the list because the sun can set here in so many different ways. It is hard to know what to expect, and it may look different according to the place you decide to watch it here. You can have big chances to enjoy a silvery sunset or a red sunset. So the surprise is worth the effort.