Pigeon Point

The smaller of the two main islands that make up the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, 41-kilometer-long Tobago boasts an endless procession of gorgeous beaches.

The crowning glory is Pigeon Point.

Here, what is reportedly the world's most photographed jetty juts out into the glistening sea. The beach is carpeted with powdery white sand, perfect for beach volleyball. In the distance, almond and coconut trees sway in the breeze.

Pigeon Point is such a literal representation of the Caribbean beach ideal that it almost seems like a dream -- right down to the charming old lady who sells sour-sop ice cream by the pound.

The beach is a walkable two kilometers north of Crown Point proper.

This post is taken from www.DreaCoasts.com

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