Footprint, St James, Barbados

Toast of the Caribbean coast

It is no secret that the Caribbean has some of the most alluring beaches in the world. The tropical islands abound with glorious stretches of pristine beach that offer visitors and residents alike the opportunity to soak up the sunshine and enjoy the azure water. What better, then, than to be able to fall out of your front or back door onto one of these legendary beaches?

Seven Mile Beach, Grand Cayman

It's actually only around five miles long but there is nothing to take away from this beautiful stretch of prime coastline on Grand Cayman. Some of the whitest sands and bluest waters in the Caribbean provide an amazing spot to pull up a sunlounger and watch some unbelievable sunsets.

Alleynes Bay, Barbados

Perhaps less known that the ever popular beaches of Sandy Lane and Mullins but no less delightful are the beaches in Alleynes Bay. Shaded by the copious palm trees in the early morning and perfect for sunbathing in the afternoon, this stretch of sand is a great option for those seeking to enjoy the sun in peace.

Anse des Pitons, St Lucia

Located in an idyllic little bay between the volcanic majesty of the Gros and Petit Pitons is this flawless gem of a beach. Accessed either through the Sugar Beach resort or by boat, Anse des Pitons offers a lovely private getaway.

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