Your guide to Lagos most beautiful beaches
Romantic getaway, team building, bonding and vacationing, these Lagos beaches offer everything.
1. Tarkwa Bay
Aside from being a great walking or running spot, the water here is perfect for swimming when the shore break is calm or to go bodyboarding and surfing when the waves are breaking.
However, there’s not too much to see snorkelling here as it’s mostly all sand at the bottom.
Tarkwa Bay is packed with tourists from every corner of the world and the surf lineup and the beaches will both get very crowded, but this place should not be missed
2. Coconut beach
The beach is attractively set in an area surrounded by coconut trees. About 20 miles towards the border of Nigeria and the Republic of Benin, Coconut Beach, is a perfect spot for that romantic getaway. Try canoeing, hunting, hiking, swimming and ocean fishing here.
An exclusive beach with a creek right behind it. Not much by way of swimming as it is the open to the Atlantic Ocean. However, It is possible to jet-ski and water ski in the brackish waters of the creek behind the beach or just enjoy the peace and tranquillity, Ideal for those seeking privacy.
Beach home to most of Lagos wealthiest men, Ibeche is the perfect spot for people of all ages.
If you’re not into big surf or golf resorts, make your way to the to this crescent-shaped beach. The sand is golden-coloured, the shore break won’t break your neck and there’s plenty of fish any given day.
Untapped, undisturbed and very quiet this beach houses some amazing beach houses and is ideal for a couple getaway or retreat.
5. Oniru Beach
Oniru is one the beautiful and serene private beaches in Lagos owned by the Oniru Royal Family. This beach is located at Victoria Island and is a popular venue for parties, live shows and special events.
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