© dta Little Dix Bay, Virgin Gorda
This beach-blessed island is the third largest in the BVI, and in many people’s eyes, the most beautiful.
This island is a haven for some of the most spectacular and beautiful beaches in the world. It has some truly world class sailing, with some of the calmest, safest anchorages for bare boat sailors in the Caribbean.
One highlight is the stunning Bitter End Yacht Club in the North Sound, a spectacular club and resort, which can only be reached by water.
© dta Bitter End Yacht Club, VG
Spanish Town is the island’s main settlement, where you will find as much ‘activity’ as there is on Virgin Gorda. The Virgin Yacht Harbour, and a scattering of shops, restaurants and bars can all be found in the vicinity.
When most people think about Virgin Gorda they think about The Baths. This unique, natural phenomenon really is one of the highlights of a visit to Virgin Gorda - and you shouldn’t leave this little island without spending some time there.
Virgin Gorda is also home to one of the BVI’s most famous and luxurious hotels.
© dta Little Dix Spa
Laurence Rockefeller originally established Little Dix Bay in 1964. From that day it has built a well-earned reputation as one of the grandest properties in the Caribbean.
Nestled on a crescent-shaped bay and protected by a coral reef, Little Dix Bay is an idyllic setting for a luxury vacation.
Virgin Gorda can easily be enjoyed on a day trip from one of the other island. Spanish Town has its own airport, and a regular ferry runs between Road Town, Tortola, and Spanish Town.
There is also another ferry from Trellis Bay on Beef Island to Leverick Bay, the Bitter End Yacht Club and Biras Creek.
Bitter End, Biras Creek and Saba Rock all run ferry services from Gun Greek, this is the literally the "end of the road" on Virgin Gorda.
For a more detailed map of Virgin Gorda, experience our Interactive Map here.