Caribbean Beach Scene
By Sean Ritchie | Published on May 16, 2014
Caribbean Beach Scene
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If you’re having trouble narrowing down destinations for your next beach vacation, look no further than the Caribbean. The crystal clear waters and convenience of being a few hours away from the United States makes the Caribbean a hot destination spot. Lets take a look at some of the top beach destinations throughout the Caribbean.

St. Lucia

Caribbean Beach Scene

Can you imagine taking in this sunset over Marigot Bay?

Marigot Bay

This secluded bay is a real-life Caribbean fantasy. The white-sand beach is bordered on three sides by steep hills covered in lush vegetation. A harbor serves as home to large ocean-going yachts.

Reduit Beach / Rodney Bay

Known as St. Lucia’s most popular beach, this long stretch of golden sand is adjacent to Rodney Bay. Adding to its allure is the proximity to several restaurants all within walking distance.

Anse Chastanet

From volcanic origins, this beach boasts glowing ebony sands and lush palm trees cover surrounding hills providing a cool alternative to sunbathing. A sharp drop-off, coral reefs, and shipwrecks lure snorkelers and divers to these clear waters.

Anse de Sables


The on-shore trade winds make Anse de Sables the island’s most popular place for windsurfing. Located on St. Lucia’s southern end, this white-sand beach is a must visit for sun worshipers!

Puerto Rico

Caribbean Beach Scene

Puerto Rico’s beaches are different from any other in the Caribbean. Don’t take our word, find out for yourself!

Isla Verde Beach

Isla Verde, located just east of San Juan, is actually a series of beaches stretching for miles around the island. It provides both a tranquil getaway and an action-packed playground. Lounge around all day or keep active parasailing, surfing and jet-skiing!

Luquillo Beach

Located 30 miles east of San Juan, the golden-sand beaches of Luquillo provide a sanctuary for families. The coral reefs circling the island provide calm and clear waters perfect for introducing little kids to the ocean. There are accessible changing rooms, shower facilities, and picnic tables to accompany the spectacular views.

Playa Higüero

Surf bum alert! With waves breaking up to 16 feet, Playa Higüero has been nicknamed “Little Malibu” and has become a fixture among surfers. This beach located on Rincon Bay has been host to of the world surfing championships. It has also become very popular with scuba divers, if you are looking for some underwater adventures.

Playa de Condado

Bars, water sports, chair-rental concessions line Playa de Condado, located just east of Old San Jaun. This long, wide stretch of beach provides family-friendly activities such as fishing, boating, swimming, and hiking.

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Sean Ritchie

By: Sean Ritchie | Published on May 16, 2014

     
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