If you are looking for a tropical getaway in the Caribbean, then this list is made just for you. The beaches on this list have been rated and ranked as some of the best in all of the Caribbean. So whether you prefer to relax by yourself or with company, these beaches will not disappoint!
Grand Caiman is the largest of the three islands, and where most of the passengers arrive. In turn, Georgetown is the largest and capital city on the island. There are many restaurants and shops scattered through Georgetown, but you also have the option of taking a taxi to nearby Port Zante for more shopping opportunities.
Brimming with history from Spanish Times when pirates frequented its shores, Grand Anse Beach offers soft sands along turquoise water where guests can relax while surrounded by lush tropical trees and vegetation.
In the heart of Saint Lawrence Gap, this is considered one of the best beaches in Barbados with its white sands and turquoise waters perfect for a relaxing swim or to spend time sunbathing just steps from your resort accommodation! It also offers lifeguards on duty during most hours along with great facilities nearby like restaurants and shops.
Harrison’s Beach This beach has been voted as number three among Best Caribbean Beaches by TripAdvisor travelers out of all Caribbean islands! Located near Bridgetown it features soft sand that stretches almost ten miles long where guests can enjoy activities such as swimming, snorkeling, scuba diving, fishing and more .
Blackman’s Beach This is a popular spot for sunbathing because of the shallow water and surrounding green vegetation with beautiful views. You can also enjoy many other activities like swimming, snorkeling, sailing or playing on the beach.
White Bay Located in Jost Van Dyke this small island has some great beaches that are rocky but still offer nice facilities such as showers and restrooms to ensure your comfort while exploring! Best time to go here would be around noon when it cools down a bit from its hot afternoon temperatures.
Grand Anse Beach The sand at this famous beach is so soft and white you’ll want to lay out all day long! It offers lifeguards, bars/restaurants nearby, and plenty of room for activities – it’s a great place to spend the day.
Grand Cayman Best known for their crystal clear waters, this island is also home to some really stunning beaches that are perfect for any type of water activity you’re interested in taking on.
Blue Lagoon Beach This beach is located near Seven Mile Beach which puts it close enough to all sorts of other adventures but still offers up its own reasons why you may want stop by! Spend your days lounging around or exploring one of several caves nearby while enjoying views out over the blue expanse below.
Bahamas An almost mandatory destination for lovers of water sports. Among the 13,878 square kilometers of surface there are 700 islands and cays, as well as coral reefs in form that make it perfect to experience snorkeling.
Treasure Beach Most of the island is protected by a national park making for some very clean water but also plenty of opportunity to explore nature while you’re there! It’s just minutes from Freeport so its easy access for visitors who want to enjoy all the services available at this larger port town.
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