Warwick Long Bay is known for its turquoise blue waters, semi-submerged rock formations and large expanses of sandy beach. This beach is located in the Warwick parish and to the east of Horseshoe Bay. My favorite about Warwick Long Bay? THE SAND IS PINK! We were told the pink color comes from tiny fragments of shells and coral.
Warwick Long Bay actually covers an area of several beaches including Jobson's Cove, Stonehole Bay, and Chaplin Bay. A walkable 1.25 mile trail connects these secluded areas to the larger Warwick Long Bay Beach. There are two options when it comes to this walking trail. Either take the paths through the dunes, or venture along the shoreline. Along the shoreline, there are some small rocky sections to navigate by either climbing or wading (if the tide isn't too high) around them. We opted for the shoreline route, and it paid off big time. There are so many beautiful hidden spots along this trail, perfect for an afternoon picnic, a quick dip & snorkel, or to simply sit and enjoy the view!