Dotted with beach bars and lounge chairs, and backed by resorts, the beaches of Cane Garden Bay are everything you might expect to find on a beach in the British Virgin Islands. The sands are fine in grain and blindingly white, while the waters that wash ashore are generally calm and so blue it is hard to believe the color is real.
You will find a large selection of beaches to consider in and around the area. Click on the name of the beach for more detail concerning that beach.
Lormer Bay: Located on the northern coast of Tortola, Lormer Bay features a thin strip of sand surrounded by the island's famous green hills. Located in between Shark and Cooper Bay, the area is largely vacant.
A second alternative for beach-goers to consider is Apple Bay. The beach at Apple Bay has been nicknamed the "Surfing Beach" so, if you're in search of the perfect wave this is the destination for you. During most of the year the waves are only around five to six feet.
Nanny Cay: A popular white sand beach, with a wide strip of sand and a nice crescent shape. A marina is next to the beach so you'll see plenty of boats.
The beaches in and around Cane Garden Bay are provided in the table below.
|Apple Bay||2.6 mi. South West of Central Cane Garden Bay||Tortola||South West|
|Brewers Bay Beach||1.3 mi. North-Northeast of Central Cane Garden Bay||Tortola||North West|
|Cane Garden Bay||Central Cane Garden Bay||Tortola||West|
|Long Bay West||3.0 mi. South West of Central Cane Garden Bay||Tortola||South West|
|Lormer Bay||2.4 mi. Northeast of Central Cane Garden Bay||Tortola||North|
|Nanny Cay||2.5 mi. Southeast of Central Cane Garden Bay||Tortola||South|
|Sandy Cay Beach||Sandy Cay, 3.6 mi. West of Central Cane Garden Bay||Sandy Cay||South West|
|Tiny Trunk Bay||3.4 mi. East-Northeast of Central Cane Garden Bay||Tortola||North East|
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