Looking for relaxation, brilliant white sand beaches, stunning blue water and a bit of culture—off the beaten track? Then Grenada is your place.
The Caribbean island (pronounced Anti-gah) is a haven for sun seekers, thanks to its hot climate, warm waters and hundreds of white sand beaches sprinkled across both Antigua and it’s little sister island of Barbuda.
The Caribbean island of St. Martin (Sint. Maartan) is home to one of the world’s craziest airport runways, boasts fantastic beaches and is a mecca for bargain hunters.
Dominica’s beauty is more rugged than postcard-worthy, due to its black, rocky beaches. Despite not being a great place to work on your tan, the volcanic island is worth a stop thanks to its picturesque capital, marine life and waterfalls.
Poor Puerto Rico. Despite being blessed with white sand beaches, a huge national forest, tropical weather and a historic town centre, the majority of tourists only spend a day here. Why? Because it’s all about the cruise ships.
Pigeon Point Beach is the most popular stretch of sand in the tiny country, and for good reason.
Well-known for its reggae-vibe thanks to homegrown hero and Rastafarian Bob Marley, Jamaica boasts long stretches of beautiful white sand beaches and turquoise waters.
Jamaica’s claim to fame may be the birthplace of Bob Marley, but this island in the West Indies is much more than reggae music and jerk chicken.
Antigua is a popular choice for honeymooners, boasting white sand beaches, warm turquoise waters and beautiful resorts.
St. Martin, an island in the north Caribbean, is also known as St. Maarten. The country is divided between the French and Dutch sides, with the different influences being felt in the main cities of Philipsburg and Marigot