Restaurants

Nevis is especially known for its weekend "cook-outs" which take place in each of the island's villages. Charlestown hosts the largest of these cook-outs each Friday night on Pump Road beginning at 5:00 p.m. For your more standard dining options, you'll find that this town is also home to the highest number of restaurants ranging from sophisticated spots serving West Indian fusion fare to more casual establishments known for their fish fries. For those vacationers who… more…

Attractions

The classic Caribbean town of Charlestown… more…

Accommodations

Although there are a few modern buildings throughout town, Charlestown is over-all an area of the Caribbean that time has forgotten –… more…

Hotels

A charming town with modest accommodations, the hotels in Charlestown… more…

Villa Rentals

Charlestown as a whole is a historic town, styled mainly as it was during… more…

Activities

A colorful town with a lot of history, Charlestown serves as the major point of entry on the island of Nevis thanks to the fact that the ferry terminal is located here. Still, the overall ambiance is calm and laid back, with activities centered around sightseeing and watersports. If you visit… more…

Diving

Visibility of anywhere from 80 to 100 feet is common off the coast of… more…

Shopping

Charlestown certainly didn't gain its popularity because… more…

Snorkeling

If you'd like to experience what's down below you should… more…

Transportation

Set on the small island of Nevis, Charlestown is the capital city (if… more…

Air Travel

The charming capital of the small island of Nevis is Charlestown, which… more…

Ferries

Located on the island of Nevis, Charlestown is a great destination for… more…

Rental Cars

Not particularly large itself, Charlestown… more…

Sailing & Boating

One of the great thing about planning… more…

Taxis

Not many people will need to travel over… more…

Attractions

The classic Caribbean town of Charlestown is a great destination for tourists who enjoy learning about local history in a setting that makes… more…

Landmarks

Most of the important cultural and historic landmarks on the island of… more…

Snorkeling

If you'd like to experience what's down below you should consider a visit to Pinney's Beach. A shallow reef protects this beach, offering some great snorkeling in a calm area. Just a few feet bellow the surface is a world of black… more…

Sailing & Boating

One of the great thing about planning a getaway in Charlestown is that… more…

Diving

Visibility of anywhere from 80 to 100 feet is common off… more…

Weather

While weather patterns vary from island to island in the Caribbean, the one thing that is consistent about Caribbean weather is its year-round beauty.… more…

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