The Best Beaches on Nevis Island
Cades Bay Beach
Nevis' longest stretch of beach is also where the Mariner’s Pub’s 70-foot glass-bottom catamaran sets out for daily cruises.
Herbert's Beach is home to a myriad of marine life. Enjoy numerous bars and restaurants within walking distance.
This mile long, and off-the-beaten-path beach offers a private spot for sunbathing, as well as views of St. Kitts. Be advised that ocean get become rough here, and on those days it is not suitable for small children.
Coconut trees shade this broad swath of soft white sand sitting at the northernmost tip of the island. It is popular with snorkelers, but has some stony sections and occasional strong currents. This beach has great views of neighboring islands.
Home of the Nisbet Plantation Beach Club, this beach is a favorite for those seeking peace and tranquility.
Most visitors wind up at this popular and lively beach at some point during their stay here. Palms and sea grape plants line the beige sands, and you can find beach chairs and hammocks on the lawn behind it.
At three miles, Pinney's occupies the longest stretch of beach on Nevis. Shallow, calm waters make it a prime swimming or wading each, especially with little ones. Stroll to the southern half of the beach to grab a drink at their beach bars.
A beautiful beach with huge waves, perfect for those who enjoy surfing.