Whether you’re seeking a sandy stretch that feels like it’s your alone, hidden bays on tropical islands or buzzing party spots, we have all the top spots when it comes to the very best beaches in the Caribbean.
Nowhere does golden sand and turquoise waters quite like the Caribbean… From the Bahamas to Grand Cayman, consider this your essential vacation guide…
The Best Beaches in the Caribbean
It’s a bit of a drive to get here, but once you do you’ll be rewarded with an amazing beach. The colours of the water are like no other that you’ll ever see. There’s great snorkelling and swimming, too.
Rumour has it Captain Monbars, “The Exterminator,” buried his stolen treasure in a hidden cave here!
This idyllic beach has palms swaying in the breeze, clear blue waters and fresh coconuts to sip on. Treasure Beach is a seven-mile stretch of coral-coloured sand and rocky shores.
One of the most famous beaches in the world, Seven Mile Beach is among the many reasons why Cayman is famous as an ideal tropical destination. With sparkling waters and coral sands it’s so perfect it almost doesn’t look real.
Sunsets here are unforgettable, and you can also enjoy world-class snorkelling.
4. Maundays Bay – Anguilla
Maundays Bay might not have the grand size of Rendezvous Bay and Shoal Bay, but it makes up for it with its white-sand shores and clear, azure waters. It’s what you imagine the perfect Caribbean island to look like.
At night, you can see the lights from neighbouring St. Martin island. It’s beautiful.
5. Maho Beach – St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands
Maho beach has it all. A coconut palm fringed beach, light surf, white sand – it’s no wonder that it’s considered the jewel of St. John. It’s part of Virgin Islands National Park and is free for all to enjoy.
The water is usually calm, with shallow areas and tropical fish. Keep an eye out for turtles swimming nearby.
You’ve surely seen this Insta-famous beach all over social medial. Big Major Cay in the Exumas is uninhabited and the pigs are not native to the island, so it’s still not known how the pigs first got there.
Book a day trip boat ride to see this beach’s pristine waters and swim with piglets.
Pigeon Point is exactly what you think of when you picture a Caribbean beach. Palm trees, coral reefs and turquoise waters make this Tobago’s most famous beach.
The wooden beach hut at the end of the jetty is especially pretty.