12 Best Beaches in the US Virgin Islands for Windsurfing

The US Virgin Islands are a paradise for beach lovers, with crystal clear waters, rolling coconut trees, and plenty of activities to enjoy. Whether you're looking for a festive beach experience or a tranquil spot to relax, the US Virgin Islands have something for everyone. From Magens Bay to Sandy Point Beach, here are 12 of the best beaches in the US Virgin Islands for windsurfing, kayaking, jet skiing, snorkeling and more. Sapphire Beach is the perfect spot for a festive beach experience.

This glorious beach offers a breathtaking view of St. John and the British Virgin Islands, and is ideal for windsurfing. Three reef areas just off the coast make it a great spot for diving too. You'll find iguanas and ducks in an artificial pond, a beach bar, a restaurant, a water sports cabin, and a gift shop.

Thomas has more than 40 main beaches along its sun-drenched shores. There are beaches with crystal clear waters and rolling coconut trees where beach wanderers can enjoy a day of rest. For the more active beach lovers, there are sandy coves with activities such as windsurfing and kayaking. Some coasts are rugged and rocky, offering beauty, solitude and the chance to daydream with the fantasies of shipwrecked people.

In addition, there are very popular bay-type beaches with services such as restaurants, rest rooms, chair rentals and complete water sports centers that offer a variety of rental equipment. Located on the east end of St. Thomas at Secret Harbour Beach Resort is located on this small, quiet and comfortable beach, ideal for swimming, sunbathing and snorkeling. Magens Bay is famous all over the world and is one of the most popular beaches on St.

Thomas Island. The 1-mile stretch of sand along Magens Bay is a public park donated to the Virgin Islands by renowned philanthropist Arthur Fairchild. There's no doubt that you'll appreciate his generosity once you visit this tranquil spot in the tropical sun. Cinnamon Bay Beach is located within Virgin Islands National Park and offers beautiful views under shade of palm trees as well as spectacular snorkel diving.

To preserve natural beauty of this coast beach is only open on weekends or when there is cruise ship in port from September to March. For travelers interested in a beachside resort but not so interested in crowds consider making reservation at idyllic Peter Bay Estate in St. John. This beach is particularly beautiful because of rolling mountains that descend to beach.

Sapphire Beach is much more than vibrant blue waters that give this coastal getaway in St John its name; it's an experience like no other! Surrounded by Virgin Islands National Park, its private beach is an oasis for travelers who love luxury (and who seek solitude). Get to the beach early or stay late to increase your chances of seeing gentle reptiles in their natural habitat.