Top 25+ The Caribbean Beaches

The Best Caribbean Beaches...

  • Ffryes Beach // Antigua

    Ffryes Beach
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    Considering the relatively small size of the island of Antigua (footprint is 108.5 mi¬≤ about the size of a small city), it boasts a remarkable 365 beaches, yes - one for each day of the year, and they are all public spaces. What more could a beach lover ask for?! Ffryes Beach is one of the more popular, with Sundays and holidays busy times for… read more »

  • Bottom Bay // Barbados

    Bottom Bay
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    Located on the south-east coast of Barbados, Bottom Bay is just along the coast from the ever popular Crane beach. Unsurprisingly it shares many features with Crane beach; the fine white sand, abundance of palm trees, and azure waters. It can also have powerful waves. Where it differs is in the high coral cliffs which the beach backs onto, giving the beach a more enclosed… read more »

  • Arashi Beach // Aruba

    Arashi Beach
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    Located on the west coast of Aruba, towards the northern tip is the small, but lovely Arashi beach. Unlike much of the west coast the area around Arashi is virtually undeveloped with few facilities. Combined with the fact it is a little out of the way this is a perfect get-away spot. Arashi is well known among divers with the calm crystal clear water perfect… read more »

  • The Baths // British Virgin Islands

    The Baths
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    Gigantic boulders and beaches caressed by the warm waters of the Caribbean Sea combine to make this an idyllic setting in what has to be a top tourist destination. We are describing the stunning beach frontage of the fabulous area known as "The Baths", on Virgin Gorda, the third largest of the British Virgin Islands in the Caribbean. We forgot to mention caves and caverns,… read more »

  • Crane Beach // Barbados

    Crane Beach
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    Crane beach is everything you expect a Caribbean should be. A stretch of pristine white sand with clear, azure waters; it is little wonder this palm-fringed idyll is frequently cited as one of the best beaches on earth. The name of the beach dates back to the days when the beach was used as a harbour and a large crane was located here to load… read more »

  • Foul Bay // Barbados

    Foul Bay
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    Despite its rather unappealing name, Foul Bay is in fact one of Barbados' loveliest beaches. Situated just around the corner from the equally lovely Crane Bay, the beach here is everything you would hope for and expect from one of the Caribbean's finest. An expanse of white powder sand meets the turquoise waters of the Atlantic Ocean here. Surrounded by low cliffs and fringed with… read more »

  • Half Moon Bay // Providenciales

    Half Moon Bay
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    Half Moon Bay is a narrow strip of pristine tropical beach that has formed between two uninhabited cays. Not so long ago these little Caribbean sand islands were separated by a channel, but this has since filled with beautiful beach.

    On the northern side of the sandy strip is a sheltered stretch of the Atlantic. The beach here is protected by a barrier reef not… read more »

  • Deep Bay Beach // Antigua

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  • Cayo Santa Maria // Cuba

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  • Grace Bay // Providenciales

    Grace Bay
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    Grace Bay rightfully ranks as one of the world's most alluring beaches, with an idyllic tropical setting playing its part. It is at the western end of the Turks and Caicos Archipelago, on the north shore of the island of Providenciales, known less formally as Provo. Cuba lies to the west and Miami to the northwest. At Grace Bay, the placid turquoise waters of the… read more »

  • Warwick Long Bay // Bermuda

    Warwick Long Bay
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    Regarded as one of the best beaches on Bermuda Warwick Long Bay is stretch of pink sand which incorporates several smaller coves. The largest of these is around half a mile in length and features several rocky outcrops. Warwick Long Bay is a particular favourite of families as the waters here are sheltered by a coral reef less than 100 meters off the shore. Not… read more »

  • Playa Paraiso // Cuba

    Playa Paraiso
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    Playa Paraiso is a fabulous stretch of beach where soft, powdery white sand runs parallel to a turquoise sea, all under an almost eternally clear blue sky. It is sandwiched between Playa Blanca and Playa Sirena beaches to the east and west respectively. These and a number of other top-rated beaches are dotted around the resort island of Cayo Largo, just off the Cuban southwest… read more »

  • Seven Mile Beach // Jamaica

    Seven Mile Beach
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    When you get to the holiday town of Negril, you have also reached the western-most point of tropical Jamaica. No need to worry though, because, apart from a staggering choice of accommodation options, Negril has some of the most stunning beaches anywhere on the planet, and Seven Mile Beach is right up there with the best. As its name suggests, Seven Mile offers plenty of… read more »

  • Meads Bay // Anguilla

    Meads Bay
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    The British overseas territory of Anguilla in the eastern Caribbean forms part of the Leeward Island Group in the Lesser Antilles. This is to the east of Puerto Rico and north of St. Martin. Anguilla is the main island of the territory with its stunning tropical setting, measuring some 16-miles long by 3-miles wide.

    This incredible holiday destination makes the perfect playground for avid… read more »

  • Trunk Bay // US Virgin Islands

    Trunk Bay
    © Sean Pavone

    Trunk Bay is considered one of the best beaches in the Caribbean, if not the world. A regular contender for the best beach spot in Condé Nast Traveler magazine and cited most beautiful beach in the world by the National Geographic Society, Trunk Bay certainly has a lot to live up to.

    Trunk Bay has everything you would expect from a Caribbean beach, and a… read more »