A single road travels down the spine of Southeast Peninsula. To your left are a series of bays with names such as North Friar’s, Turtle, Canoe, Machineel and Sandy Bank. Most have small beaches reachable only by a dirt road. They all face the Atlantic Ocean causing plenty of wave action. None have amenities. In short, these beaches are perfect if you treasure undeveloped seclusion. The best of the bunch is Sandy Bank Beach. Why? It is the easiest to reach. The U-shaped bay minimizes the surf, making it ideal for swimming. And there is a restaurant nearby.