Quite a few visitors plan to take a trip to British Virgin Islands because of the beautiful beaches that the islands are known for. Luckily, this property is located right on the water and sand, so you won't have to go very far to have an amazing view of the water.
Needless to say, since Anegada Beach Cottages is positioned directly on, spending time at the shore is one of the main attractions here. For vacationers who want to venture farther away, the following options each offer something a little different. Click the name of each one in the table to view a detailed page:
|Cow Wreck Bay||1.1||N||20.5 mi. North of Spanish Town|
|Bones Bight Beach||2.4||ENE||20.7 mi. North of Spanish Town|
|Windlass Bight Beach||3.7||E||21.0 mi. North of Spanish Town|
The closest option 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.
Visitors who are hesitant to book their accommodations before learning about what's in the surrounding area may be wondering how close (or far) the nearby town or city is from their accommodations. Anegada Beach Cottages lies on the western edge of the island of Anegada; it is 19.5 miles to the north of Spanish Town.
The areas found closest to Anegada Beach Cottages are listed below.
|Setting Point, Anegada||1.3||E|
|The Settlement, Anegada||5.6||E|
|Jack Bay Point, Anegada||5.8||E|
|Loblolly High Point, Anegada||6.3||E|
|Prickly Pear Island||15.5||S|
|Leverick Bay, Virgin Gorda||16.1||S|
Though there are not many attractions close to the villa complex, you will be pretty close to Prickly Pear National Park, which is one of the closest ones.
The following table can provide more details about nearby attractions:
|Prickly Pear National Park||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||15.4||S||Prickly Pear Island|
|Virgin Gorda Peak National Park||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||16.9||S||3.1 mi. Northeast of Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda|
|West Dog National Park||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||17.6||S||West Dog Island|
|Historical Site||19.4||S||Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda|
|Little Fort National Park||Park||--||--||Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda|
If you're looking for a place where you can while away some free time, Prickly Pear National Park is an option worth considering. 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.
When choosing a place to stay, it is sometimes a good idea to find out about nearby accommodations in order to better understand the area. Though you might only find a handful of other places to stay in this part of Anegada, the quiet surroundings here are what make it a nice choice for those looking to enjoy a peaceful vacation destination. The table that follows provides a list of all the lodging options available in the surrounding area.
|Neptune's Treasure||1.0||E||Setting Point, Anegada|
|Anegada Reef Hotel||1.3||E||Setting Point, Anegada|
|Anegada Beach Club||1.9||NE||20.8 mi. North of Spanish Town, Anegada|
|Keel Point Cottages||2.0||NE||20.9 mi. North of Spanish Town, Anegada|
|Big Bamboo Cottages||5.8||E||Jack Bay Point, Anegada|
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