St. Thomas has over 40 major beaches along its sun-drenched coasts. There are strands with crystal blue water and swaying coconut trees where a beach bum can enjoy a lazy-lazy day. For the restless beach goers there are sandy coves with activities like windsurfing and kayaks. Some shores are rugged and rocky offering beauty, solitude and the opportunity to daydream about castaway fantasies. And there are widely popular bays with amenities like restaurants and chair rentals.

In this St. Thomas Beach Guide you will find 20+ of the island’s most popular beaches, and a few off-the-beaten-track spots; complete with description, Amenities, maps, photos and reviews. Whether you are looking for snorkeling, people watching, a family beach or the perfect spot for your beach wedding, you will find it here!

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Magens Bay

 
4.5 (13)

Magens Bay

Northside

Magens Bay is St. Thomas' most popular beach. The beautiful one mile stretch is a public park and was...

Lindquist Beach

 
4.9 (6)

Lindquist Beach

East End

Lindquist Beach is one of St. Thomas' most beautiful and pristine beaches. It is part of a protected 21...

Sapphire Beach

 
4.6 (7)

Sapphire Beach

East End

Sapphire is a pretty white sand beach. Sea grape trees on the right side offer shade to beach goers;...

Coki Point

 
4.4 (11)

Coki Point

East End

Coki Point is a small, pretty, well-visited beach. It is loved by many for its lively vibe and easy...

Secret Harbor

 
4.6 (7)

Secret Harbor

East End

Secret Harbor is a small, lovely beach. Nestled in a quiet, protected bay the water is usually very calm;...

Brewers Bay

 
4.4 (4)

Brewers Bay

West End

Brewers Bay is a gem hidden in plain sight. Its sun-drenched shore is presided over by lush green hills...

Little Magens

 
4.2 (4)

Little Magens

Northside

Little Magens is actually part of Magens Bay. On the right along the Peterborg Peninsula, which frames Magens Bay,...

Great Bay

 
3.9 (5)

Great Bay

East End

Located on the East End of St. Thomas, Great Bay shares its sands and surroundings with The Ritz Carlton...

Lindbergh Bay

 
4.1 (4)

Lindbergh Bay

West End

Both have neat open air beach front bars for enjoying the trade winds and a refreshing drink. Several restaurants...

Bolongo Bay

 
4.2 (5)

Bolongo Bay

Southside

Palm frond umbrellas line the left side of the bay and coconut trees with hammocks can be found on...

Turtle Cove

 
4.1 (2)

Turtle Cove

East End

This pretty cove is home to one of St. Thomas' most luxurious resorts, the Ritz Carlton. The resort has...

Cowpet Bay

 
4.5 (3)

Cowpet Bay

East End

Cowpet is a great little beach with crystal clear water. It offers a peaceful ambiance yet is well developed,...

Morningstar

 
3.8 (5)

Morningstar

Southside

The shoreline is smooth, soft sand. A beachside restaurant and bar is available for refreshments and lunch. A watersports...

Limetree Beach

 
3.8 (3)

Limetree Beach

Southside

Limetree Beach is a small, pretty beach that runs along a natural cove. Perfect for a quiet day of...

Vessup Bay

 
3.4 (4)

Vessup Bay

East End

Vessup Bay is a lovely beach. The shoreline is mostly undeveloped and there you will find a variety of...

Hull Bay

 
3.9 (5)

Hull Bay

Northside

Hull Bay is a tranquil little beach and a favorite with residents of the Northside of St. Thomas, many...

Sugar Bay

 
3.8 (2)

Sugar Bay

East End

Sugar Bay is a tiny, bikini sized, nook of a beach along the eastern shore of St. Thomas. You...

Dorothea Bay

 
2.8 (2)

Dorothea Bay

Northside

Dorothea Bay has a very tropical atmosphere; lush green hills surround the wind blown beach. It is usually scarcely...

Water Bay

 
3.5 (3)

Water Bay

East End

Water Bay, also known as Pineapple Bay and Margaritaville St. Thomas (names of hotels/condos located there) is a quiet...

Mandahl Bay

 
2.4 (2)

Mandahl Bay

Northside

Mandahl Bay is usually sparsely populated with the exception of a couple people fishing from shore. The beach has...

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