Virgin Gorda is well known for The Baths, a unique geological formation of huge granite bolders on the southern end of the island.
Here you'll also discover pristine reefs, secluded coves, yacht clubs, luxury resorts, cottages, villas - and even your own private island if you so desire.
1. Anegada and Loblolly Bay
Two Options - Take the crowded Speedy's ferry or Double D Charters - much more fun
2. Baths and Devil's Beach - Explore behind Devil's beach - you'll find a beautiful, secluded lagoon after a 10 minute hike. Beautiful and away from tourists
3. Chez Bamboo late Friday night dinner- live music (Reggae) until wee hours and decent food
4. Roti at Olde Yard Inn for one of the best lunch in Virgin Gorda
5. BBQ at Hog Heaven - Latest hot spot on Virgin Gorda. Fresh BBQ'd pig, fair prices, good food, incredible views
6. Snorkel off Sunset Watch Villas - yes the reef pictured below is located beneath the villa property!
7. Spend a day at Long Bay (15 minute walk, 5 minutes by car from Sunset Watch Villas) Hike towards mountain point, about 100 yards uphill, and you'll find 400 year old steps, along with ruins of a sugar mill and pirate lookout.
8. Spend a day at Bitter End Yacht Club pool. Catch the ferry at Gun Creek. Rent a lounge chair and spend the day sipping drinks, enjoy the pool. Always interesting people to meet at Bitter End.
9. Rock Cafe (karaoke bar) late spot on island
10. Have a breakfast sandwich at Bath and Turtle - Good people watching spot
Planning a trip to Virgin Gorda?
Definitely check out www.sunsetwatchvillas.com
Ray Larson provides pre-vacation prep for all villa guests, knows the island well, and will assist in making your dream Virgin Gorda vacation a reality.