The 5 Prettiest Beaches on St. Thomas, USVI

Katie Camille

Snorkeling, relaxing, or partying...these beaches have something for everyone! No matter which beach you choose, you'll be greeted with the sounds of turquoise water lapping at the edge of the shore — so put that phone on do not disturb and soak in the island life.

Limetree Beach, Sapphire Beach, Lindquist Beach, Coki Point Beach, Magens Bay Beach

  • Limetree Beach, U.S. Virgin Islands

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    • katie

      While the beach is a little rocky (nothing a good pair of water shoes can't fix), Limetree Beach is a beautiful, small beach that's tucked into a cove. Bring a book, a beer, and unwind to the sounds of the water flowing into the shore.

  • Sapphire Beach, U.S. Virgin Islands

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    • katie

      A great choice if you're looking for water sports! Rent a jet ski from Coastal Water Sports and explore the area either on your own or with a guide. Be warned — if the wind is picking up you might want to consider going on a calmer day.

  • Lindquist Beach, U.S. Virgin Islands

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    • katie

      White sands, crystal clear water, and an amazing view of St. John! Definitely the place to go to unwind and relax. $5/pp for entry and $2 for parking.

  • Coki Point Beach, U.S. Virgin Islands

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    • katie

      If you want to feel like a local, head here! Coki Point also has some of the best snorkeling on the island. If you're searching for a family friendly vibe, this probably isn't the best choice for you. Drop the kiddos with a sitter and make your way to Coki for a party!

  • Magens Bay Beach, U.S. Virgin Islands

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    • katie

      Turquoise waters, sea turtles, and a fully stocked beach bar make Magens Bay the perfect beach day. $5 per adult for entry and $2 to park if you've rented a car.