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18 travel features tagged “Beaches”

Revealing rarities of historic Barbados

Amid this island’s rolling limestone hills and powdery beaches are fascinating survivors of the colonial past – rum shops, horse racing and churches that have a story to tell.
24 April 2013


World’s best beach restaurants

From a Californian seafood haven to a Sardinian cafe in Sydney, these five beachfront eateries prove that everything tastes better by the water.
18 April 2013


Going back in time in Jamaica

The quiet, historical towns of Treasure Beach and Black River in the southwest of the country could not feel further from the party scene in Montego Bay.
Read more… 04 January 2013


Escaping to Jamaica’s southwest

Discover a laid-back side to the Caribbean country in the fishing towns of Treasure Beach and Black River.
04 January 2013


Cast away: five island paradises

From the gale-blasted cliffs of Scotland to the balmy shores of the Seychelles, travel experts reveal their secret hideaways.
Read more… 12 September 2012


The best Caribbean hotels

These idyllic accommodations offer beachfront rooms, infinity pools, lush gardens and tranquil spas.
29 February 2012


Playing where pirates pillaged on Cayman Brac

The sleepy 14sqm Caribbean island was once a hideaway for Blackbeard and other 17th and 18th Century buccaneers.
Read more… 17 January 2012


Cruise ports of call: Caribbean for beach lovers

The best and least crowded beaches in the Cayman Islands, Barbados, St Barts, Nassau and Ocho Rios, Jamaica.
Read more… 02 January 2012


In Puerto Rico, Culebra vs Vieques

Culebra, an 11-sq-mile slice of sleepy eccentricity, is revered by tranquillity seekers, while 52-sq-mile Vieques caters to a wider variety of tastes, from families to night owls.
Read more… 17 November 2011


Living In

Living in... Caribbean beach areas

For the upscale Robinson Crusoe, Jamaica, Belize, the Dominican Republic, Vieques and Bermuda are ideal spots for a long sandy stay around the Caribbean Sea.
Read more… 23 February 2011


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