Without a doubt, the beaches in the Caribbean are some of the world’s sexiest – some clothing optional too!
St. Barths’s Grande Saline Beach. Hidden behind rolling dunes, St. Barths’s Grande Saline Beach is both intensely popular among island vacationers and yet secluded enough to give canoodling couples ample space to coo amongst themselves. Most visitors arrive at this stretch of white sand by car and a short hike over the dunes to the beach. Officially speaking, nude sunbathing is not allowed, but that doesn’t seem to bother beach visitors, who routinely belly up here sans swimsuits. While restaurants and resort hotels flank many of this tiny island’s beaches, this swimming spot has neither, so you’ll have to plan accordingly.
Barbados’ Crane Beach. This breezy, pink beach with rugged cliffs, rolling dunes and turquoise waters was originally a harbour, and is considered by many to be one of the island’s most beautiful beaches. In fact, Barbados’ Crane Beach dubbed one of the sexiest beaches in the world!
Barbuda’s Long Beach. Barbuda has one strand on the west coast that continues virtually unbroken for 17 miles. The sand varies ever so slightly along its length – mostly it’s sugar white, but in some sections, tiny remnants of broken shells give the beach a beautiful pink hue! Visitors who head to Long Beach are rewarded with a relaxing day spent snorkeling, bathing and tanning.
St. Maarten’s Mullet Bay. Just about everyone who visits St. Maarten heads to Mullet Bay Beach as it’s one of the prettiest and most popular beaches on the island. The beach is very active on weekends and holidays as tourist and locals alike flock to the beach for island barbecues and surfing.