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Local Attractions

See the sights and party like the locals do when you explore St. Johns Island from our Virgin Islands beach resort. Make the most of your vacation with help from our expert staff.

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Explore the Virgin Islands

Whether you want help with boat rentals, setting up a snorkeling trip, or directions to local golf courses, our Virgin Island beach resort staff knows the best local attractions and services for your every need and interest. We offer the best of both worlds here on the island, with duty-free shopping and fine dining opportunities alongside beautiful beaches and nature parks. However you choose to spend your day, you will always return to total comfort when you arrive at your room at Sea Shore Allure.

Loving Life on the Water

With Cruz Bay, Trunk Bay, Cinnamon Bay, and Francis Bay all close to our secluded luxury resort, you’ll find water adventure at every turn. Rent a powerboat or sailboat and enjoy the coast of St. John Island, or dive under the waves with a fun day of snorkeling. If you prefer to lounge around the beach and soak up the delightful Caribbean sun, St. John Island has several beaches, including our own private pebble beach right outside your door.

Beaches on St. John Island:

  • Cinnamon Bay — known for watersports and historical sites
  • Francis Bay — quiet beach accessible by car or hiking trail
  • Hawksnest Beach — large beach with parking, picnic tables, and grills
  • Honeymoon Beach — accessible by boat or hiking trail with calm water for snorkeling
  • Jumble Bay — secluded beach on the north shore accessible by stairs
  • Leinster Bay — tranquil bay next to Annaberg Ruins, perfect for boaters and snorkelers
  • Maho Bay — calm and shallow waters make Maho Bay a favorite with families
  • Salt Pond Bay — scenic bay and secluded beach with good swimming and snorkeling
  • Trunk Bay — rated one of the top 10 beaches in the world

Hike the Virgin Islands National Park

More than 20 hiking trials await you in the Virgin Island National Park. Over 7,000 acres of pristine wilderness offer you a chance to unplug from your life and get back to nature. In addition to hiking trails and snorkeling spots, this park also houses the Virgin Islands Coral Reef Monument, a submerged fixture of mangrove habitats and coral reefs designed to sustain the marine habitat surrounding the park.

Annual Events in St. John

Plan your trip around the several exciting events that happen every year on the island. Join us for a holiday getaway or celebrate local annual events with your friends. Some of the most popular events on the island include: