The island is quite easy to navigate for the most part. One main road hugs the north coast, another the south, while a paved roller-coaster bypass (Ashton Reid Drive) across the Bluff roughly bisects the island, linking the two sides. Numerous gravel and dirt roads crisscross the island, but these are best avoided. The main hotel development and nicest beaches lie near the airport in the West End (the island's lowest point, at sea level). The southern road climbs the Bluff, passing spectacular caves and cliffs, ending at the Parrot Reserve and Lighthouse, with their splendid panoramic trails. The north road accesses the tiny towns of Stake Bay and Spot Bay, where several historic attractions are located.