St. Croix has some of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean. In fact, many of our beaches are ranked  as some of the most beautiful in the world! Imagine endless white sand lining secluded coves, crystal-clear turquoise waters all with lush tropical hills as a backdrop. Take a stroll along the beaches from sun up to sundown. 

All St. Croix beaches are open to the public. With that said, many beaches are only accessible through private property. If that is the case, please check with the property owners, ie: resort hotel or condo complex, to inquire about any fees associated with accessing the beach through their property. Also, keep in mind that the public access extends 15 feet up the beach from the waterline, after that its private property so please be considerate of the owners. 

Turtle heaven! Many of the beaches on St. Croix are turtle nesting areas for endangered species. Please do not drive spikes or dig deep holes on any St. Croix might unknowingly be destroying a turtle nest.Check out the list of beaches. 

Beaches Near Frederickson

The west end of St. Croix has many beautiful and pristine beaches. You will find many of the most deserted ones to the north of Frederiksted. Just follow the coast road north out of Frederiksted, to the right when looking at the water, and you will find several beautiful beaches and a couple of great beach bars.


Cane Bay Beach

Cane Bay Beach is located on the North Shore of St. Croix in what is arguably the most beautiful area of the island. Located adjacent to, or just a short walk from the beach, are 4 waterfront restaurants, a full service dive shop, kayak rentals and horseback riding.