The Best Caribbean Beaches and Hot-spots

The sign should say Welcome to Paradise because that is how many visitors and groups view the Caribbean. A playground for the rich and famous and holidaymakers alike, the Caribbean is infamous for its pristine crystal-clear waters, soft luxurious sands, sun and world-class accommodation.

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Finding Caribbean vacation rentals for groups is easy, there is an abundance of accommodation available no matter which part of this magical region you decide to visit.

These world-class beaches are truly on a different level and rank among the best in the world. These are the best Caribbean Beaches and hot-spots.

The Best Caribbean Beaches and Hot-spots

Soul warming sun at Palm Beach in Aruba. Palm Beach features white sand and superb swimming conditions in the calm waters of Aruba. With lots of bars, hotels and restaurants lining the beach there is no shortage of after-hours action available.

Orient Beach is known as St.Martin’s flagship beach and can often be heard referred to as the ‘French Riviera of the Caribbean’. The expansive one mile beach is home to many beach bars and restaurants, offering French influenced cuisine to local Caribbean food. Head to the southern section if you want to live life on the edge, it’s the nude side of the beach.

Half Moon Bay is the best beach in Antigua. Stretching for nearly one mile on the southeastern coast, the beach is just a short drive from the village of Freetown. The Atlantic surf attracts numerous windsurfers who venture beyond the reef. The coral reef is close enough to the beach to attract snorkels.

Located in an exclusive part of Cuba, Varadero is home to private hotels, the country’s only full-hole golf course and amazing beaches. The beaches line clear warm turquoise waters, primarily frequented by Latin American, Canadian and European tourists.

Located along the southeast coast of Barbados, Crane Beach is found between protective rock outcropping, making it a desirable and secluded spot. Body surfers love the moderate waves, while sun-worshippers can simply soak up the rays in luxurious surroundings.

Harbour Island is one of the best Bahamas beaches according to Frommer’s and Fodor’s travel guides. Best known for its three and a half miles of perfect pink sandy beaches, Harbour Island has warm, clear waters which provide superb fishing, diving and boating. While reefs just off the shore provide excellent and safe swimming and snorkelling.

After a secluded and uncrowded beach in Tobago? Then head to Englishman’s Bay, away from the busy western beaches of Tobago. The beach is a wonderful crescent with two forests capping the headlands. The sand starts as soon as the forest ends.

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