The 7 Most Beautiful Islands in the Caribbean


The most well-known beach in Anguilla is Shoal Bay, which is located just north of the island that is home to both St. Maarten and St. Martin, a British Overseas Territory.


With 365 beaches to choose from and candy-colored colonial structures, Antigua is a perfect blend of tropical beauty and British heritage. For those who enjoy sailing, the island is also a must-see.


While almost all of the hotels on Aruba's leeward beaches are excellent, it would be a shame to stay inside this developed area. Some of the world's best beaches may be found on the island


This vast island republic, located about 60 miles east of Florida, is made up of more than 700 islands and thousands of deserted cays. The waters of the Bahamas are as clear and turquoise as those found on islands further south


With its pink sand beaches, unique wildlife (think monkeys, sea turtles, and eight species of bats), and sunsets that just beg to be savored with a fresh drink, Barbados has something to offer everyone.


Pekelmeer Flamingo Sanctuary, which is home to over 10,000 flamingos and is situated on the island's southern salt flats, is one of Bonaire's most remarkable characteristics.

Cayman Islands

You need look no farther if immaculate beaches are what you're after: Some of the nicest beaches in the Caribbean can be found in the Cayman Islands, which include Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac, and Little Cayman.