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The Best Beaches Throughout the Caribbean

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It’s never too early to think about a winter vacation – especially because it doesn’t take long for most people to want to escape the cold, snowy days of the Northeast. If beautiful waters and tropical temperatures call to you, why not book a vacation to the Caribbean this winter? At our EWR Airport parking company, we love a good Caribbean beach. Here are some of the best throughout the entire area:

The Bahamas

Paradise Beach: popular two-mile white sand beach that boasts a dive site

Gold Rock Beach: part of Lucayan National Park with shallow waters and limestone caves

Cuba

Guardalavaca Beach: two-mile beach with white sand and plenty of water and land sports

Playa Sirena: remote beach on a small island where you can swim with dolphins

The Cayman Islands

Seven-Mile Beach: beach on Grand Cayman with beautiful clear waters and coral sands

Sandy Point Beach: Little Cayman beach that’s close to town, but with an isolated feel

Jamaica

Seven Mile Beach: the largest beach on the island; popular for its party vibe

Laughing Waters Beach: beach made famous by James Bond with shallow waters and rock pools

Turks and Caicos

Long Bay Beach: wide, quiet beach with shallow waters

Grace Bay Beach: popular 12-mile beach with nearby resorts and villas; good for sailing

Haiti

Chouchou Bay Beach: less-crowded beach surrounded by lush mountains

Wahoo Bay Beach: romantic beach good for kayaking, snorkeling, and mountain climbing

Dominican Republic

Playa Rincon: five-mile secluded, white sand beach that has won many travel awards

Playa Bahoruco: white pebble beach with bright blue waters that are great for surfing

Puerto Rico

La Posita: family-friendly beach with a shallow natural pool

Isla Verde: popular metro-area beach with lots of hotels and water sports

Virgin Islands

Magens Bay: popular beach in St. Thomas that’s great for families

Trunk Bay: part of Virgin Islands National Park in St. Johns; often photographed

Turtle Beach: beach in St. Croix that’s popular for snorkeling

Anguilla

Meads Bay: swanky beach with beautiful sunsets and great surf

Maundays Bay: mile-long secluded beach that never gets crowded

Saint Kitts & Nevis

Pinney’s Beach: three-mile Nevis beach near luxe resorts with quiet patches and beach bars

South Friars Beach: beach in St. Kitts frequented by locals with lots of eats

Herbert’s Beach: beach in Nevis with reefs and abundant marine life

Antigua and Barbuda

Half Moon Bay: palm tree-lined beach in Antigua with smooth sand; great for windsurfers

17-Mile Beach: beach in Barbuda with pink sands and a private feel

Dickenson Bay: lively Antigua beach filled with water sports and visitors

Dominica

Wavine Cyrique Beach: natural beach with an 80-foot waterfall; accessible only by a cliff hike

Point Baptiste: home to a white-sand beach and a black-sand beach with island views

Martinique

Diamant Beach: thin strip of beach with lots of shade; great for relaxing

Les Salines: quiet beach (during the week) with coconut palm trees and calm waters

Saint Lucia

Anse Cochon Beach: undisturbed, peaceful black-sand beach with jungle undergrowth

Jalousie Beach: beach nestled between two volcanic peaks; great for snorkeling and diving

Barbados

Crane Beach: beach that boasts rolling waves and pink sand made from pulverized coral

Harrismith Beach: remote beach accessible by a flight of cliff stone steps

Grenada

Grand Anse Beach: easily-accessible beach with turquoise waters and friendly locals

La Sagesse Beach: beach located in a protected cove with soft sands and clear waters

Trinidad and Tobago

Maracas Beach: popular crescent-curved beach with local street food; popular for camping

La Fillette: small rocky beach with calm waters, accessible by 100 winding steps

Do you have a beach to add to this list? Let our EWR Airport parking company know where travelers should go when they visit the Caribbean!