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Most Beautiful Places in the Caribbean

The Caribbean, a tropical haven of stunning beaches, natural landmarks and heritage, all set against a tropical postcard perfect backdrop of white sand and turquoise waters.

Many of us are looking ahead to next year’s holiday plans and dreaming of losing track of time in a warm, tropical haze.

When it comes to pinpointing the most beautiful places in the Caribbean, the list is endless. We have compiled a snapshot of some of the many beaches and must-visit beauty spots these idyllic islands have to offer to help shape your next holiday.

Beautiful beaches and landscapes in the Caribbean

When it comes to the Caribbean, one thing it is not short of is beautiful beaches and landscapes.

From Antigua with its collection of more than 360 white sand beaches, to Barbados, which boasts 80 stunning white sand beaches, to the beautiful beaches of St. Lucia, The Grenadines, you’re spoilt for choice.

Here are some of the many beautiful Caribbean beaches and landscapes you could explore:

Bathsheba Beach – Barbados

Combine pristine turquoise waters, white sand and striking rock formations and you have Bathsheba Beach, a must visit paradise.

The Pitons – St. Lucia

If you are visiting St. Lucia, a must see is the soaring sight of The Pitons. The two volcanic spires are a UNESCO World Heritage site and are not to be missed during your stay.

Shirley Heights – Antigua

Explore this restored military lookout and gun battery, one of Antigua’s many stunning sights. The view from Shirley Heights Lookout is one of the most famous on Antiqua and is ready and waiting to be photographed.

Palm Island Beach – The Grenadines

Soft white sand, aqua-marine water and a breath-taking view await on Palm Island Beach. This is an absolute must visit destination during your stay on this stunning collection of islands.

Nelson’s Dockyard

Discover Antigua’s rich cultural heritage by taking a visit to Nelson’s Dockyard, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and marina.

Located in English Harbour, Saint Paul Parish, Nelson’s Dockyard is the largest of Antigua’s national parks and boasts an array of striking Georgian-style naval buildings dating back to the 18th century. It is still used today as a working dockyard and is one of many beautiful Caribbean spots to add to your list.

Caribbean houses

The eastern Caribbean island of Barbados boasts pristine white sand beaches, turquoise waters and swaying palms.

Among its array of beauty spots are a selection of historical sites, well worth a visit if you stay on this stunning island.

Journey back through colonial history and visit some of the few plantation houses which remain in Barbados. If you are looking for beautiful Caribbean houses, a trip to St Philip’s countryside and a visit to Sunbury Plantation House is a must.

Take a guided tour of its elegant interior, see its horse-drawn carriages and indulge in a candlelit dinner for a taste of the lifestyle enjoyed by plantation owners.

St Nicholas Abbey, a plantation house, museum and rum distillery, is also well worth a visit during your Barbados stay. Built in 1658, the house is in Saint Peter. Witness the heritage railway before taking a rum experience tour during this day out.

St. John’s Dock

Looking to meander around a marina and enjoy Antigua’s stunning scenery? Whether you are an avid sailing enthusiast or prefer to watch from afar, St. John’s Dock is a spot to add to your list. Stroll along the sea-facing boardwalk and soak up Antigua’s rich maritime heritage.

You can even sample some of Antigua’s fine cuisine and indulge in some retail therapy in one of the marina’s many tempting restaurants and shops.

Book your dream Caribbean holiday today

Whichever destination you choose, you are guaranteed an idyllic getaway in a sun-drenched paradise. Get one step closer to making your next dream holiday a reality and book your Caribbean holiday today

Our friendly, expert team will be more than happy to provide you with further information to help you plan your dream Caribbean holiday today.