Davis Bay, a long sandy white beach, is typically quiet and relaxing. The middle of the bay has some rocks and the far left side experiences some mild surf which can be fun for body surfing if the condition are right. The currents can get strong. Coconut palms and other trees are scattered along the shore providing some shade. This beach is a lovely spot to spend a quiet day; the beautiful, undeveloped hills on the far left and the gentle to mild wave action set an atmosphere of being far away from everything. While the beach is quiet there is a resort on the beach, Carambola Resort.
Davis Bay has a windy, tropical feel - nice scenery. The water was rough on the right side where its rocky – though not swimmable it’s scenic. About mid-beach or just past the middle is a little rocky outcrop on the shore after that the water gets calmer toward the other end. That is where people swim. It was sandy in the water on that end. The water did get deep fairly quickly. It was a bit rough one day but I still swam as did others. Other days it was calmer but not super calm. Chairs for hotel guests and restaurant at the hotel.