47. AnguillaGet More Info
Why go: There isn’t much to this Caribbean island—it’s barely 16 miles long and three miles wide—yet it’s known for its culinary scene and low-key relaxation (a government ban keeps jet skis from ruining the zen of the island’s powdery white beaches). The mahi mahi, red snapper, and tuna are always fresh and pair excellently with the island’s unofficial drink, rum punch.
Where to stay: Zemi Beach House, a luxury boutique hotel, has two claims to fame. Their 15,000-square-foot spa was built within a wooden house, all of which was brought over from Thailand; it hosts the only hammam on the island. They also have a Rhum Room with more than 100 rums in stock.
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