A holiday to the Caribbean is synonymous with the search for the ultimate beach paradise. Here is a guide to some of the best beaches you’ll find in the Caribbean:
Seven Mile Beach, Grand Cayman Island
Cayman Islands are a favorite getaway of many, and the long crescent of coral-sand beach on the western shore of Grand Cayman is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful beaches in all the Caribbean. The entire beach is public, so you can walk its full stretch, and stay in a luxury resort right on the shore. A few small coral reefs right off the shore offer great opportunities for snorkeling.
Sometimes you just want to escape the tourist rush in the Caribbean, and Anguilla is the perfect place to do so. The island has a more authentic feel than some of its more touristy counterparts, and nearly all of its beaches are public, unspoiled and far less crowded than most. Try the village beach of Sandy Ground for a fun party atmosphere, or the sandy shores of Meads Bay for an elegant resort and dining experience.
Eagle Beach, Aruba While Aruba is quite touristy, Eagle Beach is generally quieter than some of the other beaches on the island and has miles of clean shores and clear waters. The white sand here is ultra-powdery and the gentle surf perfect for swimming.
Crane Beach, Barbados Head to Barbados for a unique, fun-filled experience, as this island is known for its lively culture and gorgeous beaches. The sand on Crane Beach, as on all other beaches on Barbados, is made up of pulverized coral which makes for fine, soft sand. Crane Beach has great waves for surfers and nearby exotic coral reefs perfect for divers and snorkelers. Enhance your experience with the comfort and luxury of a great Caribbean villa rental right by the shore. Also, Best At Barbados offer great deals to the Crane Resort and Residences, which overlook Crane Beach.”
Palominos Island, Puerto Rico
Palominos Island is a beyond-luxurious 100-acre private beach getaway right on the northeastern tip of Puerto Rico. While it’s a splurge, it’s totally worth it to enjoy an exclusive retreat of snorkeling, wind surfing or just relaxing with a cocktail in hand.
Nassau, Bahamas The Bahamas are full of breathtaking beaches, but Nassau is especially known for its spectacular diving just off the sandy shores. Don’t miss the Blue Hole, a natural hole 200-feet deep, filled with exotic and colorful sea life. There are also nearby caves with openings large enough to safely explore.