Bull’s Bay Beach is located in the Parish of Hanover approximately 5km outside the town of Lucea.
The beach is composed of cream fine grain sand with calm wave energy. There is a seawall towards the back of the beach bordering the main road while a staircase leads from the road toward the eastern end of the property.
There are raised reef rocks along the shoreline of the beach and directly within the swim area. The beach has a number of large trees including Sea Grapes and West Indian Almond that creates comfortable shaded areas. There is a grouping of coral reef approximately 100 m offshore. There is also a small patch of seagrass beds throughout the swim area.
The beach lies along the parochial road just off the Bull’s Bay main road. There is no designated parking area. Parking is along the main road which is narrow and leaves very little space for road side parking.
There are concrete benches for seating. There are no changing room or rest room facilities
The beach is pleasant for swimming and strolling.
|Sea conditions||The sea is generally calm|
|Lifeguard Service||No Lifeguards on Duty|
The beach lies along the parochial road just off the Bull’s Bay main road.
|No designated parking area|
|No changing room or rest room facilities|
|Owned by||Hanover Municipal Corporation|