Twin Sisters Beach
Twin Sisters beach is a small stretch of beach located about 0.4 miles south of the Glass Window Bridge on the Caribbean side. Its name is derived from the two boulders in the water, and the beach is visible and easily accessible right of the main road.
The water is turquoise blue, clear, and relatively shallow; it's an ideal morning beach because of the Casuarina trees that provide lots of shade from the rising sun.
This beach might not be suitable for persons with mobility impairments or using a wheelchair, because of the slope leading to the beach and the sandy/rocky terrain.
Persons are encouraged to take their garbage with them, to prevent it from destroying marine life in the ocean.