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St. Croix has some of the most breathtaking beaches which makes it almost impossible to choose a top ten. They are all stunning in their own way, and each beach has its own charming characteristic’s. From sandy beaches to rocky beaches, boisterous beaches to tranquil beaches, you are certain to find your perfect beach here.

10.Cramer’s Park East End

This beach is renowned for being a bit boisterous, especially at weekends this is certainly a party lovers beach. A great spot for snorkeling, the waters are calm, and a lovely long white sandy beach.

9.The Palms at Pelican Cove Beach Resort, North Shore

This beach has crystal clear waters and a smooth, sandy beach it is charming, with the fabulous Palm’s Restaurant on the beach where you can relax all day it is great for turtle watching too.

8.Tamarind Beach located at Tamerind Reef Hotel, East End

This is a splendid family beach with more activities than you could ever imagine. There is a large variety of marine life including turtles, octopus and Caribbean lobster to name but a few. Beach shack, bars and a restaurant make this the perfect location for the whole family.

7.Shoys Beach East End.

This is the place to go if you want to relax, take in some warm Caribbean sunshine, or just float the day away in the warm, tranquil waters.

6.Sandy Point.

This the longest beach you will find on St Croix. The larger waves here make the beach ideal for skim-boarding. Unfortunately, the beach is only open at weekends, and as it is a nature reserve, it is closed from April to August for the turtle nesting season.

5.Buccaneer Beaches.

Mermaid beach is the main one at the resort, lots of sun beds and beach chairs for the resort guests. Traveling west, you will encounter the grotto. A picturesque, crescent shaped beach with its own shallow reef that makes it perfect for snorkeling.

4. Rainbow Beach, West end.

The typecast Caribbean beach, powder white sand, deep blue sea beach bar, music, cool drinks, need I say more !

3.Cane Bay Beach.

A popular beach enjoyed by everybody every day of the week. Rather busy by Caribbean standards, there are lots of bars and restaurants, music, volley ball etc, a great place to socialist.

2.Turtle Beach, Buck Island.

Accessible only by boat, this is the perfect spot for scuba divers. Beautiful turquoise waters, wonderful marine life, sandy beaches, gentle rolling surf, and no distractions.

1.Jacks and Isaac’s Bay. A beautiful area, protected by the Nature Conservancy, it boasts wonderful scenery, sandy beaches and warm blue sea.