An Insider’s Guide to the Beautiful Beaches and Hidden Bays of the BVI’s

The British Virgin Islands are one of the most idyllic sailing destinations in the world with sparkling aquamarine waters and superb stretches of coastline that just beckon sun-worshipers to step ashore. While there is no shortage of spectacular beaches, we have the top picks of secluded coves and breathtaking palm-fringed bays to visit on your next yachting getaway in the Caribbean.

Smugglers Cove

If tranquility and beautiful unspoiled natural surroundings are what you seek, Smugglers Cove, is a dream to visit. Located on the west end of Tortola, this quiet beach offers calm waters and excellent snorkeling opportunities with a reef just 30 yards offshore.

Devil’s Bay

The dramatic landscapes of picturesque Devil’s Bay and the iconic Baths in Virgin Gorda are both utterly sublime with massive tumbling boulders that roll out into the sea, bubbling baths, and heavenly grottoes.

White Bay

Possibly the finest beach and perfect place to anchor your charter yacht while sailing in the BVI’s is White Bay on Jost Van Dyke.  This gem is an oasis of tropical beauty with impeccable views, soft powdery sand, and dazzling gin-clear turquoise waters.

Sandy Cay

Tiny uninhabited Sandy Cay which sits just off of Jost Van Dyke will fulfill your escapist fantasies. Dotted with swaying palm trees and boasting of sand as soft as powder this remote islet’s beaches are almost always free of crowds and offer complete relaxation.

Loblolly Bay

It is a challenge picking the finest stretch of sand on Anegada, all of them are superb! Loblolly though is definitely one of the best where revelers of sun and seclusion will find an unspoiled paradise that will make them kiss any worries goodbye.

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