Pigeon Point


You have to pay to get into Pigeon Point, the fine dining of Tobago’s beaches, with landscaped grounds, bars, restaurants, toilets and showers spread along plenty of beachfront. The postcard-perfect, palm-fringed beach has powdery white sands and milky aqua water; around the headland, the choppy waters are perfect for windsurfing and kitesurfing with Radical Watersports. The palm-dappled stretch of sand before the main entrance is wilder and great for a stroll – watch out for falling coconuts!

You can rent sun loungers and umbrellas, or arrive early to grab one of the roofed gazebos.

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