Top things to do in Southeast Peninsula

Top Choice Bar in Southeast Peninsula

Salt Plage

Urban industrial meets Caribbean lounge chic at this sophisticated imbibing spot right on sweeping Whitehouse Bay. Follow up a swim or shipwreck snorkel with craft beer or cocktails and reflect on the day's adventur…
Top Choice Beach in Southeast Peninsula

South Friar’s Bay

There are excellent tanning and snorkeling possibilities along this lovely beach backed by palm trees and sea grapes, and bookended by two restaurants: the snazzy Carambola Beach Club and the funky Shipwreck Bar &am…
Top Choice Beach in Southeast Peninsula

Cockleshell Beach

Enjoy great views of Nevis across the Narrows on this pretty but often busy crescent of white powdery sand with calm and shallow waters and several bars, restaurants and water-sports concessionaires.
Caribbean in Southeast Peninsula

Spice Mill Restaurant

With its shingle roof, crayfish-trap lamps and dugout canoe bar, Spice Mill gives the rustic beach shack a hipster makeover. The menu is just as zeitgeist-compatible, with local produce and fresh fish and seafood ge…
Caribbean in Southeast Peninsula

Reggae Beach Bar

A rough-and-ready crowd fuels up on Caribs and coladas at this castaway bar on picturesque Cockleshell Beach. Sleep it off on an umbrella-shaded beach chair (US$10), get a massage or snorkel with tropical fish hidin…
International in Southeast Peninsula

Carambola Beach Club

If you like your beach bars sophisticated instead of funky, saunter up to this snazzy hangout on one of St Kitts' dreamiest sandy patches. The stylish restaurant features pastas, salads and sushi for lunch, and more…
Caribbean in Southeast Peninsula

Lion Rock Beach Bar

A white-haired rasta named Lion presides over this charmingly shabby beach shack, which serves cheap cold beer and the signature 'Lion Punch' alongside big lunches of ribs and chicken. Staff also rent the cheapest b…
Beach in Southeast Peninsula

White House Bay

The beach itself ain't much, but there's some pretty good snorkeling here thanks to offshore reefs and a couple of sunken wrecks. These days, though, the reason most people visit is for sublime sunset drinks at the …
Beach in Southeast Peninsula

North Friar’s Bay

Thanks to treacherous currents, there's not so much as a cold-beer vendor in sight on this utterly wild Atlantic-side beach. It's great for spirit-lifting solitary walks, though. Park along the road and look for the…