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St. Thomas
Magen's Bay Beach
A very calm, tranquil heart shaped beach that runs about a mile long. A great place to spend family time, witha gentle down slope into the water, you will always know when you have gone far enough. Some say it ranks among the world's best.





St. Thomas
Little Magen's Beach
This beach is a secluded much smaller version of Magen's Beach, but the majority of its visitors are gay males. While unofficially tolerated, this is one of the biggest nude beaches around.





St. Thomas
Coki Point Beach
When the ships set in, this beach gets pretty crowded, but with a rocky point and crystal waters, it makes for a great day of snorkeling.





St. Thomas
Grand Beach
This beach is one of St. Thomas's most beautiful beaches around. Atrracting mainly the families and couples, you could enjoy yourself in the water or on the beach. Don't like just sun bathing? Visit the shop and enjoy watersports for the day!





St. Thomas
Morning Star Beach
Morning Star Beach is known for the younger population. The cute singles and the savvy couples, anyone can strut their hottest look here. To reach this beach, enjoy a cliff front elevator ride and stop at your hippest location!





St. Thomas
Sapphire Beach
Like Magen's Beach, Sapphore Beach is a wide, family oriented beach with a safe and fun environment. Rent snorkeling gear and view the reef or just lounge in the sun on a lawn chair.





St. Thomas
Secret Harbor
This small and special secret place is no stop by any public transportation, but surrounded by condos. Mainly visited by singles, it's a nice place to meet others just like you.





St. Thomas
Lindquist Beach
You may recognize this beach from many TV shows and commercials but as a not very well known beach, many couples will hide away on this beach for sun bathing and romance.





St. Thomas
Brewers Bay
Don't come here if you are looking for snorkeling! This beach is popular family beach with long stretches of beautiful white sand and clear waters. Enjoy a light meal or a snack from a vendor right next door.





St. Thomas
Lindbergh Beach
Also not for snorkeling, this beach is run by the locals who often throw carnival parties and political rallies on shore. With a lifeguard and bathhouse you know your kids will always be safe in the water.





St. Thomas
Vessup Bay
Enjoy the rocky backdrop and the white powder sand. This beach is popular with singles and couples with one end being more populated than the other, you can choose where you want to be.





St. Thomas
Hull Bay
With this beach you will find over populated areas of boats setting anchor for fishing in the tranquil waters and cruise ship passengers galore. Don't expect much for activity but you can enjoy a drink at the open end bar.





St. John
Salomon Bay Beach
Enjoy this secluded beach for a quiet day in the sun or splash around on the rocky edges with a snorkeling adventure!





St. John
Hawksnest Beach
Check out this beach for a more local and upbeat hangout. Meet all the locals and enjoy a family vacation with a more popular spot.





St. John
Trunk Bay
Visit the most famous beach in all of the Carribean. With its beautiful white powder sand and gorgeous snorkeling scenes, you won't want to miss out on this beach.





St. John
Maho Bay
This bay is the side attraction to all the eco camps surrounding it. Enjoy a sunset or a morning view of the beautiful horizon as you enjoy your stay on shore.





St. John
Cinnamon Bay
Looking for a more modernized stay at the beach? Cinnamon Bay is a popular beach with a restaurant, showers, public bathrooms, general store and even water sport rentals to enjoy the deeper parts.





St. John
Cruz Bay
The premeire attraction for all those visiting St. John. With the ferry landing, taxi stand and restaurants located right on this bay, this beach is a sure attraction.





St. John
Francis Bay
With bar-b-que pits and picnic tables, a day under the sun with your family and lunch is the way to go. Francis Bay is a quieter west side beach, with hiking, snorkeling and calm waters. A place to relax is definitely here.





St. John
Honeymoon Bay
Just like Salomon, Honeymoon Bay has all the magnificent features of snorkeling and trail entrances, but allows more of your own beach attire. Only separated by the rocky point for snorkeling. Honeymoon Bay is the sister bay of Salomon.





St. John
Caneel Bay
Known as one of the finest resorts in the Carribean, this beach is a great place to relax and catch a great sunset. But be careful, make sure your not trespassing or that you have permission to cross their property to reach the public side.





St. John
Salt Pond Bay
Here it's secluded and beautiful. A great snorkeling place, but a rather long down hill walk to reach the beach. Although if you make it this far, then you're quite the adventurer and should enjoy a hike to Ram's Head Point. Watch for wild goat.





St. John
Leinster Bay
At this sweet, serene get-away, you can enjoy a peaceful swim and view some strikingly dramatic coral. Basic changing facilities.





St. John
Reef Bay
Between Fish Bay and Lameshur Bay on the south side of the island. Hike 40 minutes from the petroglyphs to the beach on the popular trail. This is a short beach on a large protected bay. Attractions include good snorkeling.





St. John
Rendezvous Bay
Here you will find a sandy, unspoiled beach east of Cruz Bay. This spot is a favorite anchorage for sailboats.





Tortola
Brandywine Bay
There's nothing here other than good swimming and pretty decent snorkelling too! There's likely good shell collecting as well, as the sand has been dredged. If you bring a small shovel and sieve, chances are you may find a few treasures here!

http://www.bareboatsbvi.com/t_beaches_brandywine_bay.html



Tortola
Josiah's Bay
Of all the beaches in the British Virgin Islands, Josiah's Bay Beach is a surfing paradise! As soon as a north swell begins to roll, surfers suit up and head out to the break line! Swimming is hit and miss for those who are not strong swimmers.

http://www.bareboatsbvi.com/t_beaches_josiahs_bay.html



Tortola
Brewer's Bay
Added to the obvious attraction, the snorkeling is absolutely spectacular! Just follow the shoreline near Nicole's Bar and you will find a marvelous underwater world which still remains mostly undisturbed.

http://www.bareboatsbvi.com/t_beaches_brewers_bay.html



Tortola
Cane Garden Bay
For folks who, like Jimmy Buffet, truly appreciate sailing, great beaches, swimming, good restaurants, Caribbean entertainment, scuba diving, shopping and the ever popular beach bars, Cane Garden is your one stop shop!

http://www.bareboatsbvi.com/t_beaches_cane_garden_bay.html



Tortola
Long Bay Beach
Offers several advantages for visitors to the British Virgin Islands. It is easily accessible by road and there's a lovely resort with restaurant and pool nearby with plenty of chairs provided free of charge for all comers!

http://www.bareboatsbvi.com/t_beaches_long_bay.html



Tortola
Smuggler's Cove
The dirt road access is less than inviting and its not unlike embarking upon an African Safari to get here!Of all the beaches in the British Virgin Islands, this one is definitely worth the trouble!

http://www.bareboatsbvi.com/t_beaches_smugglers_cove.html



Tortola
Elizabeth Beach
Elizabeth Beach is without doubt, the widest on Tortola, providing sun worshipers plenty of room to stretch out, get a great tan and enjoy the beautiful views of the British Virgin Islands.

http://www.bareboatsbvi.com/t_beaches_smugglers_cove.html



Tortola
John Smith's Bay
Lifeguard on duty. Soft drinks, snacks, fast food, etc. are often available from a licensed purveyor in a van on the premises. A quiet very pink beach and a good place to see parrot fish.





Tortola
Devonshire Bay
This public beach can be found right off of South Road. This is an ideal spot for families with small children; bask in the rays and enjoy the calm waters.





St. Croix
North Shore - Cane Bay
Cane Bay
Super beach, great views, on site beach bar. Scuba shop, restaurants, kayak shop, parking area right across the street. Snorkel, swim, tan, relax.





St. Croix
Buck Island
Buck Island
Located a few miles from St. Croix, you will need to get to Buck Island by boat. Look in the sailing directory for daily trips. Several beaches and snokeling through an underwater trail in this National Park.





St. Croix
Frederiksted (not downtown) - West End - Rainforest
Sandy Point
Long beach for tourists in need of sand and sun, this beach serves as a bird and wild life habitat where Leatherback turtles come to nest. Vacation travelers are welcome Saturday and Sunday 10-4 Sept 1 - May 15, turtles and birds only other times.





St. Croix
North Shore - Cane Bay
Salt River Beach
Tan where Columbus landed on St. Croix in 1493. A popular local spot. Easy access to Salt River park areas.





St. Croix
East End
Cramer's Park
Easy to find on the way to Point Udall. A public beach with lots of parking and public changing and wash areas. A part of the St. Croix East End Marine Park.





St. Croix
Christiansted West - Golden Rock - Grande Princess
Club St. Croix & Sugar Beach
These two great beaches in front of these condominium complexes may be accessed by the public. When there have a meal at Breezes at Club St. Croix or walk up the beach to Smuggler's Cove restaurant at Mill Harbour.





St. Croix
Christiansted West - Golden Rock - Grande Princess
Palms at Pelican Cove & Tamarind Reef
Snooze in a hammock, have a tropical drink or dinner before or after your beach trip.





St. Croix
Frederiksted (not downtown) - West End - Rainforest
Rainbow Beach
Sunsets, white sand and you might even find live music or vollyball.





St. Croix
North Shore - Cane Bay
Carambola Beach
Enter the beach just before the main resort. Feel welcome even if not staying at Carambola. Beautiful beach and surroundings. Enjoy the scenic drive as you travel to the beach.





St. Croix
East End
Divi Carina Bay Beach
Nice beach and a short walk to the only casino on St. Croix.





St. Croix
Christiansted East - Gallows Bay
Buccaneer Beach
Beach golf and a fine meal in one spot? The Buccaneer fills the bill.





St. Croix
East End
Jack's Bay and Issac's Bay
Very hard to get to. If you can locate and hike to these beaches you will discover some fine secluded spots. Perhaps the most private beaches on St. Croix.





St. Croix
Frederiksted (not downtown) - West End - Rainforest
West End Un-Named Beaches
North of Frederiksted find serveral spots to pull off the road and find an un-named beach. In more cases you can claim a beach all for yourself. Top it off with a sunset.





St. Croix
Frederiksted (not downtown) - West End - Rainforest
Dorsch Beach
Near Cottages by the Sea and The Beachside Cafe for a bite. Sand, sunsets and close to other Frederiksted activities.





St. Croix
Christiansted Downtown
Protestant Cay
A short water taxi ride from downtown Christiansted deposits you on the nice beach with a view of the town. Food and drink from Hotel on the Cay and maybe a vollyball game.





St. Croix
Christiansted East - Gallows Bay
Shoys Bay Beach
You will likely find more palm trees than other people of you take a short hike to Shoys Bay. Great sand surf and snorkeling.





St. Croix
Christiansted East - Gallows Bay
Chenay Bay Beach
A nice beach with some special features. Since this beach sits right at the Chenay Bay Beach Resort Resort you can get a drink at the bar or rent snorkel equipment or kayaks. Use your kayaks to make a short trip to Green Cay just off the beach.





St. Croix
Frederiksted (not downtown) - West End - Rainforest
La Grange Beach
Watch the sunset, make a sand castle or have a drink and sandwich from Coconuts Beach Bar.





St. Croix
Frederiksted (not downtown) - West End - Rainforest
Sprat Hall Beach
Just across from the Sprat Hall Plantation, eat and drink at the Sunset Grill while enjoying the St. Croix sunset.














     
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