Pinney’s beach lies in the Saint Thomas Lowland Parish, in Nevis, the sister island of St. Kitts. It is between Charlestown and Nelson’s Spring and can be easily accessed by boat or car. There is ample parking space. Pinney’s is a public beach, open 24 hours, with palm trees flanking the sandy beach. The water is calm due to the reef and blue, characteristic of a Caribbean ocean – Pinney’s is one of the most romantic beaches in Saint Kitts and Nevis.
There is an outlet on the beach for food and multiple mobile vendors. Plan your day well, as there are no restrooms on the beach. The Pinney’s beach is a long stretch, so even though there may be tourists, as it is one of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean, it will never get too crowded to sunbathe. Couples can go swimming or snorkelling in the blue water and watch the marine life in their natural habitat.
You can visit the Montravers Estate and the Sports Museum that’s in the vicinity. There are other beaches that are equally beautiful and around the area like Lover’s Beach – perfect for couples, the Oualie Beach or the Nisbet Beach. The Nevis Peak an ancient strato volcano and hot springs on the island of Nevis are popular attractions. The city of Charlestown can be interesting to explore. Walk with your partner through Charlestown while looking at the 18th-century Georgian buildings or visit Fort Charles and Museum of Nevis History. Charlestown will hold your attention with enough attractions for a day.
Things to Do at Pinney’s Beach
There are many bars on Pinney’s Beach that serve great cocktails made from the local rum. Have a drink with your partner and enjoy the sunset at the beach. If you get a chance to watch performances of Jamband music, Jouvert Dancing or Iron Band, do take it. Hike with your partner to see the ruins of Cottle Church, still magnificent and a reminder of bygone days. More adventurous couples can choose to climb up the Nevis Peak for a spectacular panorama overlooking the ocean. Your partner and you can also rent a scooter and ride through the island while holding on close to each other. There are cruises that take tourists out on the water for snorkelling and diving too.
Pinney’s beach in Nevis is no doubt a popular spot making Saint Kitts and Nevis an attractive vacation option for couples. The tropical climate and couple friendly atmosphere make Saint Kitts and Nevis an amazing honeymoon destination in the Caribbean.