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Sandy beach with lots of access points

Located South of the Fresh Creek airport. Look for the turn off on your left on a curve. A small... read more

Reviewed 1 March 2016
Life_on-Vacay
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Nassau, New Providence Island
Amazing Lunch Stop

We stop at Somerset Beach on all of our South Land Days while at Forfar. Fresh Creek and Androsia... read more

Reviewed 20 June 2015
Coachfogel
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This beach's beauty is best seen at low tide for a clear, wide stretch of white sand.
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29 Feb 2016
“Sandy beach with lots of access points”
19 Jun 2015
“Amazing Lunch Stop”
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Reviewed 1 March 2016

Located South of the Fresh Creek airport. Look for the turn off on your left on a curve. A small sign will point you in the right direction. Once there the sandy road goes down the beach and you can pick your access point. We...More

Thank Life_on-Vacay
Reviewed 20 June 2015

We stop at Somerset Beach on all of our South Land Days while at Forfar. Fresh Creek and Androsia in the morning, then a stop at Somerset for lunch. It is an amazing swimming beach and it is also a great place for shelling. Our...More

Thank Coachfogel
Reviewed 26 April 2015

Amazingly wide sand, fascinating tidal streams, sand bars offshore, can walk out long way. Shade among the casuarinas. Great photography among uprooted casuarina roots.

Thank CFRB
Reviewed 18 April 2015

Spectacular!! A beautiful, empty beach. We were the ONLY people on the beach the day we were there. We didn't see another person in either direction.

Thank Chris P
Reviewed 23 August 2012

the road was in such bad condition it is very hard to access, even on foot. the road, i guess, floods out pretty often. We pulled up to a big puddle and decided to just hike it but the mud was so sticky we had...More

Thank joes_shannon
Reviewed 5 February 2009

The snorkeling trips took us to some fantastic beaches. The water was unbelievably blue and clear. My favorite beach was Somerset Beach. It was low tide with many water pools left to explore. You could walk a half mile or more to get to the...More

1  Thank Lighteningliz
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