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Best Caribbean Beaches

Ever wondered which Caribbean Island offers the best beaches? We’ve put together our list of destinations that offers some of the best beaches in the world. Our tropical picks include:

Rendezvous Bay, Anguilla
It’s hard to pick what’s more beautiful here, the talcum-white sand or the views of neighboring St Martin.

Treasure Cay, Abaco, Bahamas
The best beach in the Caribbean for 2019 is truly an ultimate stretch of sand in the Caribbean. It’s nearly four miles long, with perfectly soft, sugary, almost blindingly white sand, a beach that just seems to go on and on and on. There’s a reason travelers make the journey to the heart of Abaco to come here — it’s a true bucket-list destination.

Seven Mile Beach, Grand Cayman
This is no hidden away beach, to be sure. But it’s also a perfect one. The water is crystal clear, the sand is soft and it’s the sort of beach you can spend days on without blinking an eye. (Oh, and it’s home to two of the best hotels in the Caribbean).

Old Bight Beach, Cat Island, Bahamas
Cat Island is very much an under-the-radar destination (although it’s getting easier to get there). But travelers who journey here will find an impressive collection of beaches, none more so than the totally untouched, pristine Old Bight Beach — one that’s miles long with, often, not a single person on it.

Bottom Bay, Barbados
The scenery is stunning at this beach on the southeastern coast of Barbados, filled with endless palm trees and a striking set of coral cliffs. 

Jan Thiel Beach, Curaçao
It’s hard to pick when an island has so many sparkling beaches, but we love Jan Thiel for its combination of gorgeous scenery and pulsing energy. There’s something here for everyone, from the pool-style beach access at Papagayo to a host of terrific beach lounges.

Valley Church Beach, Antigua
When you have 365 beaches in a single destination, it’s never easy to choose. But we’ve always been smitten with this stretch that marries green hills, white sand and some of the most brilliant turquoise water you will ever lay eyes upon.

Pinel Island, St Martin
What if you found a picture-perfect little island that had nothing on it but beach bars? That’s Pinel, the jewel of St Martin, a sand-filled preserve that just so happens to have two of the Caribbean’s greatest beach clubs on it. Come here in the morning and see if you can leave in the afternoon. We dare you.

Grace Bay Beach, Turks and Caicos
No, you can’t have a list of best beaches in the Caribbean without Turks and Caicos’ signature beach. It’s a truly complete beach.

Pink Sand Beach, Harbour Island, Bahamas
When you make your way down a dirt path through the trees, you never imagine you’ll find a beach like this. It’s almost indescribably beautiful stretch of endless, wide beach — and yes, the sand is really pink.

Grand Anse Beach, Grenada
There’s always something happening on Grenada’s flagship beach, whether you’re just here to lime or want to spend the afternoon bobbing in the tranquil waters.

Maho Bay, St John, US Virgin Islands
Trunk Bay is no slouch, but we’re partial to Maho, a less-trafficked stretch of postcard-worthy sand and water that’s the essence of what makes St John unique.

Seven Mile Beach, Negril, Jamaica
It’s funky, it’s bohemian, it’s a party. Jamaica’s ultimate beach is bold, beautiful and bustling, filled with beach shacks, charming little hotels and, well, lost of personality.

Reduit Beach, Saint Lucia
Our favorite beach in Saint Lucia is this golden-sand coastline near always-energetic Rodney Bay, popular with locals and travelers, best known as the home of the Bay Gardens resort complex.

Courtesy of the Caribbean Journal


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