Yes indeed. Most Caribbean airports are small by international standards and, due to the heavy tourist traffic, they receive frequent widebody service. I think that TAB takes the cake for the smallest; though its 9000 foot runway is longer than that of SXM, GCM, ANU and others, its terminal is smaller than most. The widebodies which park there dwarf the building and disembarking passengers form long lines onto the tarmac as the Immigration area is small. Widebody service is provided by BA 777-200s, jmc DC-10-30s and Condor 767-300ERs. Each type flies in twice weekly. BWIA used to fly its TriStars into TAB but has discontinued the FRA route on which TAB was a stopover.
Other examples include ANU with BA 747s, Virgin 747s, BW Tristars and others, UVF with the same types plus JM A310s and GND with BA 777. Condor and jmc also serve these ports.