CNN’s Picks for Best Beaches

 

CNN has republished their top 100 Best Beaches. The Caribbean is ranked all throughout their list and Luxury Villas by CaribbeanDays awaits!

CNN’s Top Beaches:

Pigeon Point, Tobago, Trinidad and Tobago

Trinidad and Tobago are twin islands just 7 miles off the coast of Venezuela. Trinidad is an extremely wealthy country with most of its economy based off the oil industry, but there are certainly many options for travelers. The country is a mixture of mountains and plains. Tobago, on the other hand, is less crowded, but has more nightlife and a world famous Carnival. Many tourists also quickly grow fond of the friendly people, beautiful beaches and exotic surroundings.

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Meads Bay, Anguilla

Anguilla is a British territory made up of one major island, where the capital The Valley lies, and a few small islets. Here you are surrounded by long, beautiful beaches such as Rendezvous Bay, and some small private ones you can get to by boat. From rum punch, reggae, and barbecues to coral reefs, white sand beaches, and dolphins you can always find something to see and do here in Anguilla.

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Bottom Bay, Barbados and Crane Beach, Barbados

The beautiful and varied beaches of Barbados live up to the expectation one may have. Safe, beautiful and peaceful seashore and an interior dotted with a lot of gardens constitute the small country. The east coast is also famous for surfing.

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Arashi Beach, Aruba

Aruba is an independent island owned by The Netherlands, and is located just 17 miles north of Venezuela in the Caribbean Sea. Aruba is also part of the ABC islands, consisting of Aruba, Bonaire, and Curacao, which are also known as “The Dutch Islands”. Aruba has a dry and arid climate, that is warm all year round, making vacations possible at any time. So don’t miss your chance to escape to this island paradise and enjoy a relaxed lifestyle on its beautiful beaches.

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Ffryes Beach, Antigua

An independent country made up of two larger islands and a few smaller ones, Antigua and Barbuda lies between the Caribbean and the Atlantic Ocean. The islands are recognized for their incredible beaches lined with coral reefs, thick rainforests, and sailing. The English Harbor is a premium spot for yachting and sailing on Antigua. In St. John’s, the capital you can learn about both the indigenous tribes that once occupied Antigua and Barbuda and also life on plantations in the Museum of Antigua and Barbuda. From Fort Barrington and St. John’s Cathedral, a 19th-century Anglican Church there are endless tours to explore these islands.

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Trunk Bay, St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands

An independent country made up of two larger islands and a few smaller ones, Antigua and Barbuda lies between the Caribbean and the Atlantic Ocean. The islands are recognized for their incredible beaches lined with coral reefs, thick rainforests, and sailing. The English Harbor is a premium spot for yachting and sailing on Antigua. In St. John’s, the capital you can learn about both the indigenous tribes that once occupied Antigua and Barbuda and also life on plantations in the Museum of Antigua and Barbuda. From Fort Barrington and St. John’s Cathedral, a 19th-century Anglican Church there are endless tours to explore these islands.

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Negril Beach, Jamaica

The hospitality of Jamaica is as world-renowned as its beaches. And apart from the gorgeous coast, Jamaica has many plantations to visit, natures reserves and museums. A trip to Jamaica is not complete without experiencing the reggae music, dancing and flavorful food that is the heartbeat of Jamaican culture.

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Cayo Paraiso, Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic has long been a favorite destination for travelers. The country is well known for pristine beaches, beautiful landscapes, exquisite coffee, fresh seafood, friendly people, and more. The capital city of Santo Domingo is full of culture with great importance placed on the performing arts. The beach destinations are mostly catered towards tourists, however, so be sure to step off of the beaten path for a taste of authentic Dominican culture.

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Grand Anse, Grenada

Also known as the “Spice Isle”, Grenada is a small Caribbean country named for the many nutmeg plantations on the hilly terrain. One main island, Grenada, and little neighboring islands make up the country. You can smell the wafting nutmeg in the air as you traverse the island from St. George’s, the capital, to Grand Anse Beach in the south. Fort George along with vibrantly colorful homes can be found in St. George’s. Both resorts and many bars are located in Grand Anse Beach.

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Long Bay, Saint-Martin and Anse de Grande Saline, St. Barths

St. Maarten is a unique Caribbean island divided into a French side (Saint Martin) and a Dutch side (Sint Maarten). These two distinct sides can make travelers feel that they are visiting two different countries. Both sides offer exquisite beaches though! The Dutch side is known for jewelry, casinos and an active nightlife, while the French side is known for its outdoor shopping markets and nude beaches, but a great time is sure to be had on both sides!

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The Baths, Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands

The British Virgin Islands are a series of islands created by an underwater volcano. Made up four larger islands and over 50 smaller ones, the BVI’s contain some of the most untouched parts of the Caribbean. Recognized for the Baths on Virgin Gorda, the Sage Mountain National Park on Tortola, and many unbelievable beaches. If you’re looking for privacy, top rated sailing, or island hopping, then don’t miss out on a trip to the BVI’s.

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Cabbage Beach, Paradise Island, Bahamas

The Bahamas offers a variety of experiences for any visitor. Whether you want to relax on the beach, go scuba diving with sharks or explore the nightlife, these islands have it all. The Bahamas are a very popular destination for cruises, and tourism supports more than half of its economy. The residents of these islands know how to make you feel welcome in the paradise they call home.

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Grace Bay, Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands

The Turks and Caicos Islands are a British overseas territory consisting of the larger Caicos Islands and smaller Turks Islands. This small nation only has a population of a little over 30,000 people and the main industry for these islands are tourism. The crystal clear waters and white sand beaches are enticing for any traveler, not to mention the selection of beach front resorts. A few days spent by the ocean or cruising in a boat on these waters may be the most relaxing trip of your life.

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