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Great St James - Christmas Cove - Pizza PI

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Great Saint James is an island of the United States Virgin Islands, located off the east end of St. Thomas. The island is approximately 165 acres in size and is reportedly owned by Jeffrey Epstein. There is one estate on the island.

The cove on the west side of Great Saint James, Christmas Cove, is a popular snorkeling and mooring spot for day charter boats and yachts. 22 overnight mooring balls are available (but not regularly maintained). A sailboat converted into a "food truck boat," sells pizzas here.

 


Water Island - Honeymoon Beach - Dinghy's Beach Bar, Heidi's Honeymoon Beach Bar
 

Nestled away on the Northern end of beautiful Honeymoon Beach on Druiff Bay, locals and visitors alike will find a welcoming smile, a cool made to order frozen or iced beverage and an outstanding food.

 

St John Beaches and Cruz Bay

With no airports on the island, the ferry to Cruz Bay is most visitors first glimpse of St John. It’s also the economic and social hub – with a busy dock, Virgin Islands National Park Visitors Center and bustling bay rimmed with restaurants and shops.

For a list of St John’s many wonderful restaurants and bars visit our St John Restaurant and Bar Guide.

In the mood for some shopping? Cruz Bay has many wonderful shops along the wharf and surrounding streets. Don’t miss Mongoose Junction – with its beautiful Caribbean architecture – houses a cluster of wonderful shops, restaurants and businesses.

Feeling lucky? Take a break from the sun at The Parrot Club, downtown Cruz Bay, and enjoy video slots, Black Jack and Roulette. 

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Jost Van Dyke - Great Harbor - Foxy's, Corsairs

JOST VAN DYKE, four miles long, is truly the "barefoot" island known by travelers around the world for its casual lifestyle, beachfront restaurants and bars, protected anchorages and fine beaches. Picture-postcard tropical isles, like Green Cay and Sandy Spit seen above, send an invitation to this special place.

A main street that's a beach, the Stress Free Bar, a harbour known for its Lobster feasts, a bypass road that's just a short-stroll, the Soggy Dollar bar named for a patron who swam ashore and home of the Painkiller drink--this is the life that defines laid back!

A favorite destination of yachties, Jost Van Dyke hosts the famous Foxy's New Year's parties that make one giant raft-up of Great Harbour.

And the "secret" attraction, the ' Bubbly Pool' at Foxy's Taboo bar and restaurant, a short taxi ride to a tropical isle, Little Jost Van Dyke, and Diamond Cay, the smallest national park.

 
 

White Bay - Soggy Dollar, Hendo's Hideout, Ivans Stress Free Bar, One Love Bar

A BVI classic anchorage ranking right up there with the best of them. Room for a limited number of boats, with limited but charming businesses along the beach. Swim in to the infamous Soggy Dollar or simply swing on the hook and take in the scenery.


Little Harbor - Sidney's Peace and Love

I think this wonderful little spot should be called Lobster Haven! You'll find lobster salad, lobster bisque and BBQ'd, baked or steamed lobster. There's no beach to speak of, which also means no crowds. This is a great anchorage for those seeking peace and quiet and a wonderful meal.

 
 

Sandy Cay

 

Sandy Cay is an uninhabited island of the British Virgin Islands in the Caribbean. It is located between Tortola and Jost Van Dyke. The island was owned by the Laurance Rockefeller Estate. On 1 May 2008, ownership of the island was transferred to the National Parks Trust of the Virgin Islands.  The island is prized for its natural botanical gardens and pristine white-sand beaches

 

Sandy Spit

 

Sandy Spit is an uninhabited islet of the British Virgin Islands in the Caribbean, sitting midway between Sandy Cay and Green Cay. It measures less than half an acre in size, and consists entirely of a ring of sandy beach surrounding light foliage.

 

Tortola- Cane Garden Bay - Quito's, Myett's, Paradise Club

 

I hear it gets better, that’s what they say, As soon as we sail on to Cane Garden Bay ~ Jimmy Buffett

Cane Garden Bay is a gorgeous sheltered bay on the north side of Tortola fringed by a long and beautiful light sand beach. It’s a popular anchorage for boaters and if you’re lucky enough to visit, either by boat or while staying on-island, there are plenty of things to see and do. Cane Garden Bay is Tortola at it’s best – friendly people, great live music, delicious food, a beautiful beach and a totally laid back vibe. Here’s just a few things you should be sure to enjoy while visiting Cane Garden Bay – besides just walking the beautiful beach, floating in the calm water and enjoying a stellar BVI sunset! If you’re looking for fancy resorts and high dollar accommodations and restaurants, don’t bother visiting Cane Garden Bay. What you will find here is a place to chill, relax and enjoy real island time.