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A perennial Travelers' Choice Beaches winner, Grace Bay is famous for its long stretch of soft white sand and beautiful blue water.
  • Excellent89%
  • Very good8%
  • Average1%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“beautiful beach” (834 reviews)
“white sand” (350 reviews)
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Reviewed yesterday

This beach was excellent, we visited daily and were intrigued by the school of angel fish that were swimming around us on more than one occasion. The water was just beautifully clear and blue.

Thank Reginald F
Reviewed yesterday

Grace Bay is spectacular! The sand is so soft underfoot it feels like you are walking on powder. The water is shades of blues and greens and it almost looks like it's been photoshopped!

Thank mainemom824
Reviewed yesterday

This beach has everything, great sand, blue water IT'S CLEAN!!!! Perfect for tanning I cannot wait to come back to visit

Thank Kourt92
Reviewed yesterday

The water color hear almost doesn't look real. It looks like Arctic Blue Gatorade or something. I saw pictures before and thought they were photoshopped....nope. You can snap a picture with an iPhone and it'll look the same. You might be able to match this...More

Thank Chris H
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

2nd time Grace Bay and i am not disappointed. You can see the water break in the distance but otherwise very calm waters. The beach is pretty much hotel guests from the resorts.

Thank Stacey G
Reviewed 2 days ago

I did not want to leave. Will go back without question! Very elegant area, the nicest people! A little pricey but in an area like this , that is to be expected.

Thank Peachtravel
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Post hurricane is nice but not the number 2 best beach in the world. It will come back eventually I am sure. But the waves crash and the water is rough because the coral reef was damaged during the 2017 hurricanes. Still nice but not...More

Thank BLDaws
Reviewed 2 days ago

Grace Bay beach is incredible. Turquoise waters and a sandy bottom that is protected by a coral reef (small waves) make this perfect for swimming, paddle-boarding, snorkeling. Just gorgeous.

Thank Alyssa M
Reviewed 5 days ago

The fact this beach is voted the best in the world is no surprise. It is simply divine. Peaceful, quiet, no-one trying to sell you anything, safe, beautiful, with sand so soft it is incredible. For casual visitors there are no "beach" facilities - hotels...More

Thank James003
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Grace Bay is a beautiful beach with calm turquoise water and fine white sand. It was particularly delightful today and relatively quiet with many of the resorts still closed due to hurricane damage.

Thank BGDC
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Tara D
20 November 2017|
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Response from av8fly | Reviewed this property |
Port of Call was my pic it was inexpensive, clean and near Grace Bay action. Every Thursday I think it is....there is a festival/fish fry in town, food, music, dancing and shopping. Ask a local check it out.
Deidra W
7 November 2017|
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Response from cocoschnapps | Reviewed this property |
Yes, Yes you can. There is a reef about 40 yards away. There are an abundant fish that swim very close. If you can aford to pack your equipment then by all means go for it. I did not see any where on the beach that sold... More