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The Anatomy of a Perfect Beach Day

ParadiseThere is perhaps nothing more relaxing than laying back in a beach chair as a cool sea breeze blows off the turquoise waters of the Caribbean. Staring off at the horizon brings with it, a tranquility capable of curing any stress this world brings upon us. But just like the choice of our favorite go-to wine to end a busy day, or the type of music that soothes our souls, the perfect beach day is a matter of personal taste.

It all starts off with the choice of beach. Do you enjoy a pillowy-soft sandy beach, that treats your feet to the equivalent of a high-dollar spa treatment, as you go back-and-forth between your beach chair and the cooling ocean? (Buck Island or Sandy Point might be just your style). Or maybe you’re more adventurous and crave a secluded beach that requires a nice hike off the beaten path to access (check out Jack and Issac’s Bay).

A beach day doesn’t always have to be about peace and quiet, or finding your inner balance again. Sometimes you want a beach that is ripe for excitement. A place you can get in a few games of sand volleyball and then kayak/paddle board/jet ski out into the ocean to get your blood flowing (Rainbow is a go-to Sunday fun day spot!).

Regardless of your beach style, the perfect beach day really just requires you to get out and find a beach. The Caribbean Sea and the sand usually know how to take care of the rest. On St. Croix you can find a beach to satisfy almost any preference. So why not come down to a place where every weekend is a new chance to find out what the perfect beach day is to you!

Find your perfect beach on St. Croix or St. Thomas, while Chris and Kerri Hanley find your perfect vacation home.  As the top broker on-island year after year, Chris is the authority on Virgin Islands real estate.  Contact The Hanley’s today and download their free St. Croix Event Guide:


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