Many times, landing a hotel near the right beach can make your trip to the British Virgin Islands even more exciting.
Visitors love that this property is directly on the water, so you won't have to go out of the way to see one of the most naturally beautiful features of the area.
Needless to say, since Neptune's Treasure is positioned directly on, relaxing on the sand is popular with guests staying at this property. For travelers who are eager for some variety, there are some additional beaches worth investigating. Click the names below to view a detailed discussion:
|Cow Wreck Bay||1.6||NW||20.5 mi. North of Spanish Town|
|Bones Bight Beach||1.7||NE||20.7 mi. North of Spanish Town|
|Windlass Bight Beach||2.8||ENE||21.0 mi. North of Spanish Town|
|Jack Bay Beach||4.8||E||Jack Bay Point|
|Loblolly Bay||5.0||E||21.6 mi. North-Northeast of Spanish Town|
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.
Visitors who aren't ready to book their rooms before learning about what's nearby may be wondering how close (or far) the neighboring town or city is from their accommodations. Neptune's Treasure is located in Setting Point, a neighborhood on Anegada; it is 19.5 miles to the north of Spanish Town.
Below are the names of some of the neighborhoods and towns located within a short distance of Neptune's Treasure.
|The Settlement, Anegada||4.6||E|
|Jack Bay Point, Anegada||4.9||E|
|Loblolly High Point, Anegada||5.4||E|
|Prickly Pear Island||15.2||S|
|Leverick Bay, Virgin Gorda||15.9||S|
|North Sound, Virgin Gorda||16.2||S|
Even though there are just a few attractions within close proximity to the hotel, you can still explore attractions like Prickly Pear National Park, which is one of the closest to the accommodation.
More details about nearby attractions are in the following table:
|Prickly Pear National Park||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||15.1||S||Prickly Pear Island|
|Virgin Gorda Peak National Park||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||16.8||S||3.1 mi. Northeast of Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda|
|West Dog National Park||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||17.8||SSW||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 somewhere interesting to go, Prickly Pear National Park might be what the doctor ordered. 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 you're deciding where to stay, it is sometimes helpful to find out about nearby lodging options as a means to get a feel for the region. Though there are only a handful of other hotel and resort options in this part of Anegada, its tranquil surroundings are what make it a nice option for travelers looking for a peaceful getaway. In order to get additional information about booking possibilities available nearby, see the following table.
|Anegada Reef Hotel||0.4||ESE||Setting Point, Anegada|
|Anegada Beach Club||1.4||NNE||20.8 mi. North of Spanish Town, Anegada|
|Keel Point Cottages||1.5||NNE||20.9 mi. North of Spanish Town, Anegada|
|Big Bamboo Cottages||4.8||E||Jack Bay Point, Anegada|
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