This is the largest and most famous beach in St. Thomas. Spanning a beautiful one-mile stretch of beach, this is a tourist must-see spot.
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One of St. Thomas’ most pristine and tranquil beaches, Linquist is situated on the East End of the island and it is one that you should not miss. The water is crystal clear and typically calm.
A calm, quiet beach located at Secret Harbor Beach Resort, this beach has a floating platform that you can easily swim out to and lounge in the sun.
This is one of the most gorgeous beaches on St. Thomas. The sapphire blue waters here are great for snorkeling, windsurfing on a windier day, jet skiing, and more. This is a local favorite on the East End.
Named after the famous aviator who landed nearby in 1928, this tranquil bay is flanked by three hotels, palm trees and sea grapes that line the shore.
Located on Coki Point right before Coral World Ocean Park, this white sand beach with crystal clear water offers excellent snorkeling and diving. The fish are used to being fed by snorkelers so bring dog biscuits or fish food and they will swarm around you.
A true local’s beach. You will find it just past the University of the Virgin Islands. Brewer’s is a local family favorite for weekend picnics and gatherings. There are great views of the sunset and local pate is sold at the food trucks in front of the beach.
Located on the south shore of the island this beach features palm front umbrellas on the left side of the bay and coconut trees with hammocks on the right.
This pretty stretch of beach that runs along a natural cove is highly recommended for watching romantic sunsets and, for the naturalists, spotting iguanas.