The sound of the surf, the smell of the salt air; the feeling when your toes hit powder-soft sand.
Beaches are more than just places, more than scenery; they’re their own states of mind, their own dimensions.
And we could all use a beach right now. And even when we’re not traveling, the Caribbean’s transcendent beaches provide that fantasy, that yearning; they provide aspiration and, most of all, a reminder of what we all, eventually, will come back to.
For now, you can dream about these beaches from across the region, from Aruba to St Croix to the far reaches of The Bahamas.
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Sandy Point, St Croix St Croix is a diverse, wonderful destination, and its beaches are as varied as its topography. But no stretch of sand is more spectacular than Sandy Point, the seemingly endless white sand just outside of Frederiksted on the island’s western coast. Imagine you’re the only people you can see, listening to the lapping of the waves and sipping on some Cruzan rum.