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This was part of an island tour and we stayed here for probably 15 mins. It was fascinating to watch the water crash against the rocks and to see the natural reef keeping the two bodies of water away from each other.
Palm-lined black sand beach...soft breezes...this is Dieppe Bay - where the Caribbean Sea meets the Atlantic Ocean, so the waves crash into each other in opposite directions.Dieppe Bay is protected by a major reef, so it is a perfect spot to swim and snorkel! To...More
We took a tour of the entire island and stopped at the roadside above Dieppe Bay. We looked down and saw where the 2 seas meet. It was an amazing sight! A constant line in the water. Something worth taking a look at.