Carrot Bay, Tortola
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Once a bustling fishing village, Carrot Bay is a centre of local island life, glimpsed from the picturesque drive along its coastal road. Here you will find some of the best local food in the islands.
British Virgin Islands beaches have been voted the "best beaches" by Caribbean Travel and Life Magazine.
Getting to Carrot Bay
From Road Town, take the coast road towards West End, turn right after Big Ben's Suprette following signs for Long Bay. Go over the top of Zion Hill, at the bottom of the hill on the other side you will reach a T junction ( Sebastians Hotel will be infront of you) - turn right towards Bombas Shack. Continue on that road passing The Sugar Mill Hotel on the right and over the small hill into Carrot Bay.
What's at Carrot Bay
Clem's by the Sea (Tortola)
- 284 495 4350
West Indian cuisine. Boiled fish and fungi, goat stew, and rice and peas.
North Shore Shell Museum Bar & Restaurant (Tortola)
This restaurant is located in Carrot Bay on the North Shore, specialities inclde cracked conch, grilled lobster and home style cooking.
Palm's Delight (Tortola)
Palm's Delight is a charming water front restaurant offering good food for a modest budget and serves pates, rotis, shrimp Creole and other local spec
Mrs Scatliffes Restaurant (Tortola)
- 284 495 4556
home-cooked meals right on the deck of her island home