Paradise Bay is a sandy bay with beautifully and clear waters, deepening on a gentle gradient and snorkelling is good around the rocky edges of the bay. An oasis of palm trees and terraced farmland surrounds the bay’s sugary butter-coloured beach, which, as you look down from the car park does indeed look like a slice of Paradise Island.
The facilities are very good on Paradise Bay. There’s a full service restaurant complex that provides plenty of hot and cold food options, toilets, sunbeds, canoe hire and even a small shop selling inflatables. A large car park means there is always a parking space no matter how busy the beach gets.
Bus number: 237