Playa Zoni is out past the north side of Dewey heading east past the airport on a scenic drive. On your final approach to Zoni you come over a hill and it is stretched out below you with the obvious protection of a couple of not so small islands beyond, and St. Thomas beyond them. The vista is remarkable. The parking at Zoni is much more informal at Zoni. There are no services there as there were at Flamenco, but like Flamenco the wave action is fairly gentle and the beach goes on and on. There are some areas where you can escape from the sun here, but far less than at Flamenco. It is much more of a sun worshippers beach.
"It takes longer to get here, so it's less crowded, and just as good as Playa Flamenco (without the food and restroom options). We took a taxi to get there ($15 each way). We actually spent most of our time past the rocks on the west side. Playa Brava looks too far to walk from here, but Playa Larga Beach looks reachable."
"Snorkeling was very good. Go out towards the point on the Caribbean side, and then come back towards the white buoy. The sea wall drops off so deep that you can't see the bottom, only a bright blue glow. Very cool!"