When traveling to the British Virgin Islands, you will find the cool Caribbean trade winds and tropical weather simply magical. However, for a truly romantic vacation, be sure to explore some of these blissful suggestions that will make your visit one to remember.
Long Bay offers a mile-long stretch of sandy beach that’s perfect for a lovers’ stroll. The western end of the beach is secluded and ideal for a private swim.
Apple Bay is known as “The Surfing Beach.” It’s home to a great little surfer’s bar that’s made to order for taking in the local color.
Couples who rent a boat should anchor off the gently curving beach of Cane Garden Bay, where the watersports, bars and restaurants on shore provide plenty of entertainment options.
The dramatic setting of The Baths is sure to make the heart beat faster. Here, giant boulders form a series of spectacular pools and grottoes which flood with sea water. The nearby snorkeling is excellent and the ambiance is unforgettable.
The lush, tropical setting of Brewer’s Bay makes this a favorite spot for enjoying libations at popular beach bars.
Vixen Point is as much fun as its name, with a long stretch of sandy beach and a beach bar, of course.
What could be more romantic than taking a ferry to Deadman’s Bay to enjoy the idyllic palm fringed shores of a secluded beach.
Loblolly Bay is called “The Beach Lover’s Island” and for good reason. Its miles of untouched beaches are among the most pristine and romantic in the Caribbean.
Rent a car and take a romantic drive from East End to Elizabeth Beach, where the undertow can make swimming hazardous but the views are spectacular.
There’s a reason that even the sea turtles gravitate to Smuggler’s Cove. It’s warm and welcoming waters are heaven on earth for anyone looking to unwind.