The beaches to the Caribbean, are what canyons are to Arizona. Seductive beaches in Jamaica, flawless beaches in Gran Cayman, secluded beaches in Bahamas and pristine beaches in Grenadines all are calling for you. With so many islands, shorelines, festivals, flavors and tides to choose from, you can end up nowhere but an iconic coast. Every island of the Caribbean has no less than one prolific beach.
Grace Bay Beach
The greatest fascination on the island is this world-famous stretch of sand, strikingly long and lovely even from Caribbean benchmarks. Despite the fact that its dabbed with lodgings and resorts, its sheer size implies that discovering your own particular square of heaven is a snap.
Shoal Bay East
Shut your eyes and envision the quintessential Caribbean stretch of white-sand beach. You've recently imagined Shoal Bay East, a 2-mile-long shoreline with perfect sand, astutely set reefs perfect for snorkeling, and smooth turquoise water.
Extending for a mile around a protected, horseshoe-like cove, Playa Flamenco is not simply Culebra's best shoreline, it is also considered as the finest in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean.
Supported by low scrub and trees as opposed to stretching out palms, Flamenco gets extremely gathered on weekends, particularly with day trippers from San Juan. Alone among Culebra's shorelines, it has a service area. Weekdays are apt for a visit, when swarms are few.
Profound, protected Marigot Bay is a flawless exemplary of natural architecture. Protected by towering palms and the encompassing slopes, the tight gulf is said to have once concealed the whole British armada from French pursuers. Yachts play the same trap nowadays – the straight is a prevalent spot to drop anchor and hideaway away for a couple of evenings.
Anse du Gouverneur
It is a stunning, sandy shoreline lining a U-shaped inlet that is embraced by high precipices at both closures. It's one of the broadest and most separated spots in the district and it’s impressive for sunbathing and picnics. The absence of guests – even in high season – implies you'll frequently see sunbathers in their birthday suits.
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