One of the most beautiful bodies of water on St. Thomas is the natural harbor, Charlotte Amalie. Located on the Southside of the island it’s the arrival point for cruise ships and home to the islands’ main town, also called Charlotte Amalie. An epicenter of activity, downtown is great for site-seeing, dining and shopping. When you’re ready to unwind with your toes in the sand however, you’ll have to mosey along as there are no beaches in town.
On the Southside, you can take a stroll along the golden sands at Morningstar. Work on perfecting your lounging technique at laid back Bolongo Bay, or peaceful Limetree Beach. Visit the pretty stretch at Lindberg Bay; or enjoy a swim in the clear waters of Brewer's Bay.
Getting Around Taxis are available to and from resort beaches. Other beaches can be accessed by taxi however you may need to arrange return pick-up. A couple beaches are along the public transportation route. Rent a car and you can spend the morning in town and hit the beach in the afternoon.
Palm fringed Bolongo Bay has a sandy shore accented by plenty of lounge chairs and a casual beach bar just waiting for beachgoers to relax. A quiet beach, it’s usually lightly populated by guests from the on-site resort. Read More
Grab a drink at the bar, pick a spot along the sun-saturated sands to spread your towel and then settle in for a relaxing day on a tranquil, little beach. The water is usually calm. A timeshare property fronts this sandy cove. Read More
Join resort guests and other sun bronzed visitors with sandy feet at this quarter-moon of golden sand. Lined by a row of chairs and umbrellas and fronted by a Marriott resort, amenities include a water sports booth and restaurants. Read More
Lindberg Bay, also known as Emerald Beach, is a lovely sandy arch anchored by several small hotels. The water gently deepens and is great for wading and swimming. Several beachside restaurants and bars are available Read More
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