The most beautiful islands in the Caribbean

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The Caribbean is one of the favorite destinations for the Spanish, something that does not surprise us at all, since this American sea is home to some of the most beautiful corners of the planet, with beaches that we could define as paradisiacal, since they are characterized by palm trees , the crystal clear waters and the fine white sands. Of course, it must be taken into account that it is an area in which there are usually magnificent weather conditions (except for the rainy season) and in which friendly and very happy people live.

One of the few problems that the Caribbean has is that it is difficult to decide on just one of its islands . And, although most of them are equally desirable, they all have a special charm that makes them unique. To help you with the choice, today we want to show you the 10 most beautiful islands in the Caribbean based on what they think from the prestigious Condé Nast Traveler magazine. Would you like to join us? We assure you that you will not regret it!

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First of all, we have to talk about Virgin Gorda, the third largest island in the British Virgin Islands. It is a beautiful island territory that offers quiet beaches and coves and national parks full of vegetation.


According to Condé Nast Traveler, Barbados is an ideal island for all tastes, offering pink sand beaches, exotic animals and spectacular sunsets. If you are looking for something wilder , you will find it in the town of Bathsheba, which is located on the east coast.

Saba Island

The Island of Saba is one of the most unknown in the Caribbean and therein lies its charm, since it offers a virgin environment yet to be exploited. It is located in the Lesser Antilles, south of San Martín.

Guadalupe Island

Fourth, the prestigious magazine tells us about Guadalupe Island, an island territory belonging to France that is shaped like a butterfly and offers spectacular waterfalls and white sand beaches and crystal clear water ideal for diving . In addition, visiting this place is very simple, with direct flights from New York and Boston.

Turks and Caicos Islands

Turks and Caicos
How could it be otherwise, Turks and Caicos is also present on this list. It is a territory made up of 40 islands, although only eight are inhabited. One of the most visited is Providenciales , which hides one of the most beautiful beaches in the world: Grace Bay.

Corn Islands

We continue our journey in the Corn Islands, two islands belonging to Nicaragua. On the one hand, Great Corn Island, the largest, offers a beautiful landscape of pink and turquoise houses and whitewashed churches . On the other hand, Little Corn Island is a tropical paradise of deserted beaches and many great diving spots.


To the southeast of the island of Puerto Rico is Montserrat, a British overseas territory that takes its name from the famous mountain of Barcelona . Although part of the site changed when the Soufrière Hills volcano buried the southern half of the island in a layer of ash, virgin areas can still be found in the north.


We also have to tell you about Aruba, an autonomous island country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. It is worth venturing out of the developed Sotavento stretch, as it is possible to find truly amazing beaches.


Belonging to the country Antigua and Barbuda, in Antigua you can find a perfect mix of tropical beauty with British history. One of the star places is the English Port.


Finally, we have to talk about the Bahamas, a country made up of 700 islands and 2,400 keys, being able to find both places for exploration and places for relaxation . The difficult thing is knowing where to start.