Call us romantic, but wouldn’t it be nice to enjoy your vacation on a gorgeous beach with no screaming tourists or loud beach bars? Only you, your loved ones, the unspoiled beach and relaxing ocean sounds. Discover why these five secluded Caribbean beaches (listed in no particular order) captured our hearts.

Rendezvous Bay, Anguilla

A little known secret? Anguilla is a tranquil Caribbean Island famous for its spectacular sugary beaches, pristine coral reefs and crystal clear waters. If you are looking for peace and relaxation, Rendezvous Bay is a place to be.

Caribbean beach and sea on Anguilla

Harbour Island, Bahamas

Famous for its stunning truly pink sand beaches, shallow and deliciously warm waters, Harbour Island which is just 3.5 miles long and 1.5 miles wide is a divine vacation destinations which is quiet and laid-back.

Beautiful view of Bahamas islands from above

St. John, U.S. Virgin Islands

St. John is one of the most protected and undeveloped islands in the Caribbean. It is also the smallest, quietest, least populated and most idyllic of the three U.S. Virgin Islands best known for its postcard perfect beaches, colorful corals, tropical fish and green velvet hills.

Trunk Bay, St John, United States Virgin Islands.

Owen Island, Little Cayman, Cayman Islands

Exceptional privacy guaranteed. Located in the the South West Coast of Little Cayman, Owen Island is a tiny tropical least developed islet with no inhabitants which makes it perfect for escaping the typical tourist hustle.

7 Mile Beach, Grand Cayman

Half Moon Bay, Antigua

A hidden local gem – Half Moon Bay Beach – is Antigua’s least crowded beach. It is incredibly beautiful and boasts white sand and emerald water. If you are looking for peace and beautiful solitude, then look no further.

Tropical Deserted Beach In Half Moon Bay Antigua