Cities for Nightlife Lovers in Caribbean
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- 1Puerto Rico103 reviews
Skip the party at the beach and head into the center of San Juan, which is technically the oldest city under U.S. control, for an incredible spring break. The historic Old San Juan is chock-full of colorful houses, landmark attractions, and stately museums, plus plenty of restaurants serving traditional Puerto Rican Creole cooking. At night, dig into the local music ...
- 2Cuba15 reviews
Santiago de Cuba is the second-largest city in the country and birthplace of the Cuban Revolution. This where traditional dancing, el Son, got its start and where a big majority of the Afro-Cuban community resides. An evidence of that are the higher numbers of Santeria initiates, all wearing white clothing. Some of Cuba's most famous musicians, including Compay Segundo, Ibrahim ...
- 3Barbados2 reviews
Great area to stay in Barbados that's easy to get around from, walking distance to beautiful beaches,shopping, A huge supermarket, beach bars...even a sports bar, low end to high end restaurants and a new little outside shopping area with a place for a good cup of coffee...not easy to find on Barbados...
- 4Anguilla2 reviews
I don't know how else to describe AniVillas other than, SPECTACULARLY AMAZING!
- 5St. Vincent and the Grenadines1 review
Countless islands to explore while in St. Vincent.
- 6Cuba6 reviews
Home to the third-largest university in the country, Santa Clara is full of young people. It's also a bit gritty. Local life revolves around Parque Vidal, where the youth gathers in what becomes a lively Cuban scene. Due to the large number of students, Santa Clara has a vibrant and edgy nightlife. One example is the bohemian terrace bar Peña ...
- 7Jamaica42 reviews
Nice village on the coast with bars, shops and many hotels near by. All the locals are friendly and appreciate you spending your tourist cash with them.
- 8Jamaica24 reviews
link me up......I know where to find the best chill spot in Kingston Jamaica
- 9St. Lucia10 reviews
A vibrant city with a cute, though touristy market and fun port. The restaurants offer authentic Caribbean food and the people are great.
- 10Puerto Rico9 reviews
Great place to spend the whole day and night. Experience great clear blue waters great for snorkeling, and at night experience the magical water the lights up at night as you splash it. great fresh sea food and pina coladas as well
- 11St. Vincent and the Grenadines2 reviews
This private island is the choice retreat of the Royal family, most recently Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. The 3 x 1.5 mile island is renowned for its wild 70s hedonism, a legacy continued at world-famous Basil’s Bar. Cotton House, the sole full-service hotel, boasts an impressive guest book of celebrity signatures. 17 suites span 13 acres, neighbouring mansions of ...
- 12Jamaica64 reviews
Largest city on the island of Jamaica. If you stay in Montego Bay you would only be about 10 minutes from the airport so it is really convenient. The beaches are good and the nightlife is even better! The city has what is called "The Hip Strip" which is all bars and nightclubs that cater to the tourists. It is ...
- 13St. Barthelemy8 reviews
It's gotten more crowded and the number of businesses have doubled over the past few years, but St Jean is as lovely as ever. It's also a great resource if you're staying in a villa in Point Milou or Lorient, because it's much closer than Gustavia and has all of the things you might need.
- 14US Virgin Islands7 reviews
About two minutes from Sea~N~Islands, VRBO #496862. Red Hook is a great collection of shops, restaurants, bars and more. Urgent care, pharmacy, convenience store, gas station and ferry service to St. John and beyond. Free parking available. Enjoy popular spots like Duffy's Love Shack, Fish Tails, Pesce, The Cellar, XO Bistro, Island Time Pub and more!
- 15Dominican Republic18 reviews
Cabarete is a great beach town with five different beaches, good eats, a lively bar scene, and tons of expats and vacationers who flock to the town year-round. There are lots of hotels to choose from, though if you're looking for an all-inclusive the pickings are slim. The main reason people to Cabarete are the windsports--this happens to be one ...
- 16Dominican Republic7 reviews
Once a sleepy fishing village, Las Terrenas is now a full-on beach town with tons of French and Italian expats, many of whom run hotels/restaurants/bars. The focus here is on beach-time, eating, and drinking though there are plenty of nearby excursions, like kiteboarding, diving, and horseback riding. All to say--perfect!
- 17The Bahamas100 reviews
I'm talking about the beach at Atlantis. It's definitely worth the taxi ride (not boat ride to view it). The beach really is a giant long stretch of paradise with clean soft sand and clean blue water. You can ride jet skis there and the banana boats are super fun. If you go around the front of the Atlantis hotel, ...
- 18Jamaica46 reviews
Stopped here from a cruise, but a great place to visit nonetheless even if we were just there for a day. You should definitely have their jerk chicken barbeque. If going in the market, just beware of aggressive vendors. Learn to bargain and say no. hehe
- 19Puerto Rico11 reviews
Vieques is small and beautiful, mostly water activities to do, but also shopping and spas. People are friendly enough, and the food is delicious but a little pricey. Great for a family, maybe not the best for backpacking.
- 20Cuba79 reviews
Me and Ernest Miller Hemingway in El Froridita bar!