Your guide to the most romantic spots in the island chain
Looking to long haul your romantic escapes? Make their hearts flutter with our guide to the most romantic experiences across our favourite Caribbean islands. From idyllic beach scenes to convivial island fish fry, head for an island escape like no other.
English Harbour, Antigua
The English Harbour is a picture-perfect Caribbean scene, with tropical bays and coves dotted with white sailing boats and luxe yachts. For the inner romantic, head to the Lookout on Shirley Heights, for the best views and the famed Sunday night parties.
Where to stay: Sandals Grande Antigua
Harbour Island, Bahamas
This glamorous island is home to one of the Bahamas’ most unique sights. The eastern coastline is blessed with remarkable pink beaches, a rare and quite beautiful phenomenon. In the town, pastel-coloured colonial buildings house smart bistros and fine dining spots to unwind in after your beach day.
Where to stay: Sandals Royal Bahamian
St George’s, Grenada
St George’s is a gorgeous harbour town where colourful Georgian architecture lines the edge of the Carenage inlet. Head for the shops and chic cafes, soaking up the town’s beauty. Settle on the bay with a rum punch or a coconut water and soak up the atmosphere of one of the prettiest towns in the Caribbean.
Where to stay: Sandals Grenada
Blue Mountain Peak, Jamaica
For couples who can’t resist the call of adventure, there is the Blue Mountain Peak trail. High in the lush jungle peak of Jamaica, the trail winds through thick rainforest, with stupendously good views as you climb. The best, of course, waits at the summit, with views extending across the verdant sprawl of the Blue Mountains.
Where to stay: Sandals Montego Bay
Soufrière, St Lucia
The island’s bubbling volcano offers natural spa experiences perfect for a romantic sojourn. Aside from exploring the unique volcanic landscape, there’s natural sulphur springs and mud baths to dip into, whose health benefits are renowned. Shower it off in the nearby waterfall for a rejuvenating experience.
Where to stay: Grande St Lucia
Oistins Fish Fry, Barbados
Flames spit from oil drum barbecues, calypso bounces around a buzzing crowd, and the irresistible draw of various traders makes Oistins the only place to go on a Friday night in Barbados. Pick from a host of vendors, each rumoured to have the best flying fish, or mac pie, or swordfish – you get the picture. Great food, an electric atmosphere and warm Bajan hospitality awaits.
Where to stay: Sandals Royal Barbados
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