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Category: Beaches (Vote!)

Vote for Your Favorite St. Croix Beach

With so many St. Croix beaches to choose from we thought we’d just ask YOU what your favorite beach is. The island has about 30 beaches. Most have white sand, azure blue water and Palm trees! There are no nude St. Croix beaches (that we know of) but all are open to the public, however a few of the hotel beaches do charge a small fee.

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So Many St. Croix Beaches

Looking for St. Croix beaches? You’ll find many gorgeous beaches to choose from. Most have very few people except on weekends when the locals arrive to relax, swim and have cookouts. Some have palm trees for shade and other will require you to load up on sunscreen. All St. Croix beaches are supposed to be available to the public but some resorts make it difficult.

The only beach that’s closed part of the year is Sandy Point Beach for turtle nesting.

Buccaneer Beach
Lovely beach at the Buccaneer resort hotel, three in a row.

Buck Island Beach
Turtle Beach is on Buck Island which was declared a national Monument by President Kennedy. It is considered one of the most beautiful beaches in the entire Caribbean. You can access this beach by taking one of the many charter boats that visit the island each day. Under-water snorkeling trail.

cane_bay.jpgCane Bay Beach
Beautiful sandy beach with spectacular views of Hamm’s Bluff, shade, snorkeling and world class diving on the reefs and walls close to shore. Cane Bay Dive center, Cane Bay Beach Bar & Grill, Off the Wall Beach Bar & Grill, and Sprat Net Bar.

Carambola Beach
Davis Bay or Carambola Beach. Picture postcard perfect. Restaurant, bar and dive shop. Good waves. Swim at far end.

Chenay Bay Beach
Good sandy beach at Cheney Bay Beach Resort. Some grass on bottom. Restaurant and bar, hammocks, beach chairs and kayak rentals.

Coakley Bay Beach
Long and beautiful beach at Coakley Bay Resort.

Colony Cove Beach

Sandy beach with reef and excellent snorkeling. Located at Colony Cove Beach Resort.

Columbus Landing Beach
Historic site of the landing of the Columbus at Salt River. Public.

Pelican Cove Beach
Sandy beach, restaurant and bar, water-sports center.

Cramer Park
Beautiful and sandy public beach, calm waters. Picnic facilities.

Davis Bay Beach
Located at the Carambola Resort Hotel. Check in at the guard booth and tell them you are going in for lunch. Beautiful white sand beach in a spectacular setting. Restaurant, bar, dive shop.

Gentle Winds Beach
Located on the North Shore at the Gentle Winds Condominium Resort. Beautiful white sand beach.

Grapetree Bay Beach
On the south eastern shore of St. Croix close to the Divi casino. Beautiful white sand beach. Can sometimes be a little rough.

Hey Penny Beach
Nice beach, usually calm water. Some sea grass in spots. Picturesque long beach.

Hibiscus Beach
Sandy beach, snorkeling. Watch out for undertow in rough seas. Restaurant and bar.

Isaac’s Bay Beach

Secluded, calm, remote beach.

Jack’s Bay Beach
Jack’s Bay is remote but beautiful and secluded. East end.

Protestant Cay Beach
Nice beach with view of Christiansted. Parasailing, wind surfers, wave-runners, snorkeling, restaurant, bar. Across from Christiansted by water taxi.

Rainbow Beach Club
Spectacular sandy beach. Beach restaurant and bar. One mile north of Frederiksted.

Reef Beach
At Teague Bay. Duggan’s Reef restaurant and bar.

Sandy Point Beach
Secluded beach established primarily to protect the nesting grounds of endangered leatherback turtles. Was in Shawshank Redemption film. One of the longest stretches of sandy beaches in the Caribbean at over 2 miles long. Open weekends only. No facilities.

Shoy Beach or Shoys Beach
A nice beach east of Christiansted. Good for swimming

Sprat Hall Beach
A long stretch of sand one mile long. Beach restaurant and bar.

Sugar Beach
Beautiful powder white sand beach. Calm water, sea grass on the bottom.

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