Sinclair’s Bay, known locally as Reiss Beach is a stunning white sanded paradise with 16th century castles at both ends.
Sinclair’s Bay is a single large, white beach, split in half by a stream. With high cliffs behind and sand dunes, the south side of the beach is sheltered from the wind. The beach is peaceful and an attractive spot for surfing enthusiasts with a high quality beach break. The area is a popular place to spot a variety of seabirds and marine life including seals and occasionally orcas.
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