The serene views of the Francis Drake Channel and the British Virgin Islands make this hike a popular destination. The Leinster Bay Trail begins at the Annaberg Plantation Ruins parking area with access from both the North Shore and Centerline Roads. Definitely have a stop here first as the Annaberg Sugar Mill Plantation Ruins are some of the most famous of all historical ruins on the island.
Then head out on the Leinster Bay Trail approximately .8 miles long following the shoreline of Waterlemon Bay past the lower ruins and the old Danish Guard House located on Leinster Point. No pets are allowed as this is a Sea Turtle Nesting Area on the beach. The trail ends and connects to the Johnny Horn Trail, whereby you could hike all the way to Coral Bay if so desired. Mainly flat, this hike is considered an easy hike, although it can be very rocky along the ways, so please wear closed toe shoes. Lots of full sun, so hats and reef-safe sunscreen are almost a must. Depending how daring you are, you could swim out and snorkel Waterlemon Cay which is only accessible by swimming or boating.