Top 10 Caribbean Beaches

Grace Bay, Turks & Caicos.
Grace Bay, Turks & Caicos.

1. Little Bay, Anguilla

Accessible only by boat or climbing down the high cliffs that surround the bay, this is Anguilla’s most secluded beach.

2. Mudjin Harbour, Turks & Caicos

A hidden gem on Middle Caicos, Mudjin Harbor is blessed with turquoise waters, powdery beaches and no crowds.

3. Great Dog Island, British Virgin Islands

A small, uninhabited island just 10 minutes from Virgin Gorda, this is “the perfect spot to go if you want to come home without any tan lines,” Lily Carr, sales manager at Little Dix Bay.

4. Maundays Bay, Anguilla

This mile-long stretch of pearly white sand is an idyllic setting for beach walking. Clear, shallow water makes it perfect for swimming, as well.

5. Pigeon Point, Antigua

The main public beach on Antigua’s south coast, Pigeon Point is popular with families and locals, and is the island’s best beach for people watching.

Bottom Bay, Barbados.
Bottom Bay, Barbados.

6. Grace Bay, Turks & Caicos

“World-famous Grace Bay is the beach to visit if you want to see and be seen,” says Charrish Ferguson, marketing and design coordinator at Grace Bay Club, of Provo’s 12-mile stretch of white sand.

7. Trunk Bay, St. John and the U.S. Virgin Islands

Often called the Caribbean’s most pristine beach, Trunk Bay’s warm waters, coral sands and 225-yard-long snorkeling trail make it a favorite among tourists.

8. Harrismith Beach, Barbados

Act out your favorite scenes from “Castaway” on this remote stretch of beach in the Parish of St. Philip.

9. Halfmoon Bay, Antigua

Not entirely “undiscovered,” this pristine curve of pinkish-white sand is very often deserted.

10. Bottom Bay, Barbados

Partially enclosed by tall coral cliffs, this beach is the perfect setting for an ocean-side picnic. Picturesque as it is, this beach is not ideal for swimming due to strong waves.

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By Hideaway Report Staff

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