Repeating Islands

Rebecca Strauss (Fodor’s Travel Blog) reports on eight special beaches that are (more-or-less) off the beaten track. She writes, “the Caribbean is a beach-lover’s paradise…and everyone knows it. But if you’re heading to the islands searching for an unsullied spot in the sand, you needn’t be disappointed. What the following beaches lack in amenities, they more than make up for in seclusion and natural beauty.” Here are excerpts of each of the 8 descriptions.

There are 14 beaches on St. Barts, each lovelier than the next. For most secluded, you can’t beat Colombier on the island’s Northwestern tip. Unless you’ve got a private yacht (and if you do, we should be friends), you’ll have to park your car at Flamands Beach and hike in, following an old goat path. The hike takes about 30 minutes, so wear sensible shoes. [. . .]

Choosing just one…

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