Often, travelers choose to spend their holidays in British Virgin Islands because of the incredible beaches that the islands are so well known for. Many guests are excited to learn that this property is on the water, so you won't have to go far to see what makes the area so special.
Of course, since Anegada Beach Club is positioned directly on Bones Bight Beach, hanging out at the beach is popular with guests staying at this property. Rarely crowded and very large, Bones Bight Beach is a great place for visitors looking for peace and quiet. The long stretch of sand gives beach goers plenty to explore, and the resident rock iguanas can keep nature lovers and photographers happy. For travelers who want some variety, the following options each offer something a little different. Click the names below to learn more:
|Cow Wreck Bay||1.6||W||20.5 mi. North of Spanish Town|
|2.0||SW||19.1 mi. North of Spanish Town|
|Windlass Bight Beach||2.2||E||21.0 mi. North of Spanish Town|
|Jack Bay Beach||4.1||E||Jack Bay Point|
|Loblolly Bay||4.4||E||21.6 mi. North-Northeast of Spanish Town|
|Flash of Beauty Beach||4.9||E||Loblolly High Point|
The most convenient one to visit is Cow Wreck Bay. Cow Wreck Bay, located on the island of Anegada, offers miles of soft, white sand, accompanied by some of the best swimming waters in the British Virgin Islands. The area is largely undeveloped, with a local beach bar one of the few options for food and drink in the immediate area.
Travelers who'd like some more information about what's located nearby may be wondering how close (or far) the closest town or city is from their location. Anegada Beach Club is found just outside the heart of the island of Anegada, 1.5 miles north of Setting Point; it is 20.8 miles to the north of Spanish Town.
The areas found closest to Anegada Beach Club are listed below.
|Setting Point, Anegada||1.5||S|
|Jack Bay Point, Anegada||4.3||E|
|The Settlement, Anegada||4.5||ESE|
|Loblolly High Point, Anegada||4.8||E|
|Prickly Pear Island||16.5||S|
|Leverick Bay, Virgin Gorda||17.2||S|
Though there aren't dozens of attractions within walking distance of the hotel, you can still visit the nearby Prickly Pear National Park, which is one of the closest.
To see more info about this or other nearby attractions, check out the table below:
|Prickly Pear National Park||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||16.4||S||Prickly Pear Island|
|Virgin Gorda Peak National Park||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||18.1||S||3.1 mi. Northeast of Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda|
|West Dog National Park||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||19.1||SSW||West Dog Island|
|Historical Site||20.7||S||Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda|
|Little Fort National Park||Park||--||--||Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda|
If you're on the lookout for somewhere interesting to go, Prickly Pear National Park might be just right for you. Established in 1988, Prickly Pear National Park offers a varied experience for tourists. Trails, mangroves, and beaches mean you can explore, view important wild life, swim and snorkel, or do it all during your day in the North Sound of Virgin Gorda.
Finding information about nearby hotel booking options is generally a convenient means of getting a feel for the area. While you'll only find a few other hotel and resort options in this part of Anegada, the quiet surroundings here are what make it a nice choice for those seeking a peaceful spot. To find additional info about hotel booking possibilities available in the vicinity, see the following table.
|Keel Point Cottages||0.2||E||20.9 mi. North of Spanish Town, Anegada|
|Neptune's Treasure||1.4||SSW||Setting Point, Anegada|
|Anegada Reef Hotel||1.5||S||Setting Point, Anegada|
|Big Bamboo Cottages||4.2||E||Jack Bay Point, Anegada|
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