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Top 5 beaches in the Caribbean

The Caribbean is renowned for its year round warm climate and beautiful islands. With so many to choose from, it is hard to narrow down the very best beaches. Get an insight into just some of the top beaches in the Caribbean at destinations including The Bahamas, British Virgin Islands and Jamaica to name but a few. Half Moon Bay, Saint Phillip Parish, Antigua Half Moon Bay gets its name from its long curved shape reminiscent of the moon. This beautiful beach features pink sand and is unspoiled in its natural beauty. At Half Moon Bay beachgoers can enjoy snorkelling in the crystal clear waters and a rum punch at Smiling Harry’s Thirst Quencher. Half Moon Bay The Baths, Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands The Baths is one of Virgin Gorda’s most popular tourist destinations and for good reason. It is a stunning collection of massive granite boulders set on the edge of the beach and offers spectacular spots for snorkelling. Find yourself exploring the pools formed by the boulders and discover secluded caves among the area. The Baths is full of natural beauty and is found on the southern side of the British Virgin Islands. The Baths Seven Mile Beach, Negril, Jamaica Seven Mile Beach epitomises Jamaica’s laid back ethos. It is the perfect place to unwind and enjoy the relaxing atmosphere and friendly hospitality. The beach has calm and clear seas ideal for a range of water sports. You can easily spend a whole day at Seven Mile Beach with plenty of local restaurants and vendors offering a variety of food and drink to enjoy at your leisure. End the day by taking a stroll along the soft powder sands and seeing breath taking views of the amazing sunset. Seven Mile Beach Pink Sands, Harbour Island, The Bahamas Pink Sands is one of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean and lives up to its name with its warm and inviting rosy sandy hues. Located on the east side of Harbour Island, Pink Sands is three miles long and has gentle turquoise warm waters ideal for swimming in. The area is also protected by a coral reef, making it suitable for exploring aquatic life. Pink Sands Grace Bay, Turks and Caicos Grace Bay is suitable for those seeking to enjoy beach life with minimal crowds and natural beauty. Walk along all 15 miles of this appealing beach and appreciate the lush surroundings in Turks & Caicos. Swim comfortably in the shallow waters alongside friendly stingrays or simply sit back on a sun lounger with a refreshing rum punch in your hand. Grace Bay Louise Cheng is Marketing Manager at Holidaysplease. If you would like to be a guest blogger on A Luxury Travel Blog in order to raise your profile, please contact us.

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  1. don’t miss the powder soft, sparkly, black sand beach called Mt.Wynne in St.Vincent. Simply amazing.

  2. Both Dutch side and French side of St-Maarten are not bad at all. I was there last April and plan to be back there for another time.

  3. Some beautiful beaches! I’ve got a lot of traveling to do still. :) Grace Bay is definitely one place on the top of my list.

  4. Valley Church beach is the best in Antigua in my opinion, surpasses Half Moon Bay. All about opinions I suppose

  5. Pink Sands is indeed gorgeous. We visited it on our sailing voyage of discovery to find an island home. The pink comes from millions of ground down shells. But also gorgeous are our beaches here in Grenada West Indies (yes we did indeed find our home) 😎

  6. Thank you sir, this is a nice list with good information to help travelers visiting the Caribbean. Next time hoping to see your top 10 beaches list in the Caribbean. All the Best.

  7. Perfect to see Half Moon Beach in Antigua there – I went there last week and had to take a deep breath rounding the bend on the drive in – the view and the colours are truly magnificent …. and breathtaking!

  8. The Bahamas, that to me was always a rich and famous kind of place, not really accessible for us normal folk. Times are changing. It can still be pretty pricey heading to the Caribbean though but I imagine it’s worth it because you don’t get this kind of perfection very often. I’m not sure how I’ve not heard of The Baths before. Considering the grey skies here I think it would be dangerous for me to go to there because I’d never want to leave. This is almost cruel, showing us these too good but true places!

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