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Welcome to Paradise: The most beautiful Caribbean islands

Infinite sandy beaches, turquoise sea, green palm trees - and absolute tranquility: paradise on earth. We present the most beautiful Caribbean islands from St. Barth to St. Lucia to Mustique and reveal where you can stay and feel like James Bond or Princess Margaret.

February 6, 2023

St. Barth

Vacationing alongside celebrities? St. Barth makes it possible - the French-speaking island is also very popular with Hollywood stars such as Leo DiCaprio, Penélope Cruz, and Brad Pitt. And just like all the islands of the Lesser Antilles, St. Barth scores with the finest sandy beaches.

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The red roofs of "Eden Rock" © Eden Rock

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The Bahamas are a dreamy destination not just for James Bond movies. Of more than 700 islands, only 30 are inhabited, each with its own identity: from pink beaches to swimming pigs to one of the deepest caves in the world.

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The luxury resort "The Ocean Club" © Rupert Peace

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Saint Lucia

St. Lucia can be described as the Iceland of the tropics: The Caribbean island has two active volcanoes, with bubbling and steaming sulfur springs surrounding them.. Gorgeous beaches, an impressive bio diversity, and beautiful hiking routes round off the perfect vacation.

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The "Jade Mountain Resort" offers a wide view © 2006 Macduff Everton

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Lush rainforests grow on the amazingly green island, which is inhabited by about three million people. The birthplace of reggae offers a lot of culture, and also dream beaches and mountain landscapes. Definitely worth a visit.

The "Golden Eye" - where 007 author Ian Fleming lived © Brie Williams / Island Outpost Images

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Princess Margaret enjoyed to retreat to Mustique - apparently, the island was the only place where she was able to relax. Unsurprisingly, Mustique is a private island with gorgeous celebrity villas for rent.

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Exclusive: "Villa Palm Beach" accommodates only 16 guests © Alex Amengual

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