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Editors’ Pick – 10 Classic Must Visit Beaches in Caribbean Islands

Last updated : Aug 24, 2015

Beaches of Caribbean countries are famous allop over the world for honeymoon and holidays. The Caribbean Sea is famous worldwide for its tiny group of islands which houses some of the world’s most scenic and beautiful beaches. The region comprises of more than 700 islands, reefs and cays. Some of these islands are part of the United States of America or the United Kingdom.Whatever it may be there is an undeniable fact that the Caribbean not only holds the treasure of the pirates but also the treasure of the natures most splendid and picturesque beaches. Caribbean Beaches are counted among some of the best beaches in the World. Here are the list of some of the best beaches where couples can plan a romantic honeymoon holidays.

10 Most Stunning Beach Destination You Must Visit in Caribbean

Trunk Bay in United States Virgin Islands

Located on the United States Virgin Islands, the trunk bay is actually a National Park Beach and is rated as one of the world’s most beautiful beaches by the national Geographic magazine. It is popular for it underwater snorkeling among the beautiful and magnificent coral reefs. The beaches also have many other facilities such as snack bar, showers and restrooms, a lifeguard.


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Englishman’s Bay in Tobago

A secluded beach in the leeward coast of Tobago it is extremely serene and quite for it location. Although it does not attracts many visitors as the western beaches of Tobago is surely one of the most beautiful beaches of the Caribbean. The beach itself is a classic crescent shape, capped by two heavily forested headlands and the sand starts right where the forests end.


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The Baths in Virgin Gorda

One of the Caribbean’s most famous beaches, the Baths is situated at the southern tip of Virgin Gorda the third largest island of the British Virgin Islands. Huge granite boulders lie in piles on the beach, forming spectacular tunnels and grottoes that are open to the sea and flood at high tide. It is a spectacle to behold especially during low tide.


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Pink sand beach in Harbour Island Bahamas

Rated by the best beach in Bahamas by many top level tourism agencies the Harbour Island Bahamas is famous for its three and a half miles of picture perfect pink sand beaches. The place is perfect for excellent diving, fishing and boating while outlying reefs provide safe swimming and snorkeling.


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Grand Anse in Grenada

Located on the Island of Grenada the Grand Anse id the best beach in the whole island. Known for its greenery and serene scenery this two mile beach is located n the western side of the island and is overlooked by some of the island’s best hotels and resorts.

Grand Anse Beach

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Les Salines in Martinique

Considered to be one of the best beaches of Martinique, the Les Salines features miles of white sand and softly swaying palm trees. Weekdays are the best time to enjoy the beach as one the weekends it becomes quite full with people and families. There are no shower facilities on the beach but then who is complaining?


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Crane Beach in Barbados

Located along the south east coast of Barbados, the Crane beach was named “one of the Ten Best Beaches in the world” by Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous. Due to the rock cutting the beach is a very secluded spot and moderate waves make it excellent for body surfing. It is everything a Caribbean beach should be.


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White Bay in Jost Van Dyke

Selected as one of the top 10 beaches of the world until now this gem was hidden but recently it has come in to the limelight and is arguably one of the most picture perfect beaches in the Caribbean. The water here is calm and turquoise and boasts of soft white sand. The beach is perfect for swimming and snorkeling. It is located on the Jost Van Dyke, the smallest of the four main islands of the British Virgin Islands.

White Bay

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Flamenco Beach in Culebra, Puerto Rico

The beach is protected as a marine wild life reserve and is a popular weekend destinations for the Puerto Ricans and Americans. Ferries shuttle between the island of Culebra and the main land of Puerto Rico. The beach extends for a mile of white coral sand and is framed beautifully by arid tree-covered hills.


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Located in Cuba the Varadero is abundant with private hotels, gorgeous beaches and the country’s only full golf course. The turquoise blue water of the beach with the white sand makes it one of the most visited beaches in the Caribbean. Although the people visiting the beach are mostly Europe and Canadians as there is a restriction on the US citizens arriving in Cuba.


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One Response to “Editors’ Pick – 10 Classic Must Visit Beaches in Caribbean Islands”

Simon Peirce Says

One of the best places to visit, the Caribbean is simply wonderful. All the beaches are amazing and beautiful. Would again visit this amazing place in future.

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