Manchioneel Bay, with its sweeping view of Cooper Island Beach Club, is popular amongst yachters in the British Virgin Islands.
Manchioneel Bay is situated on the eastern part of the island of Little Jost Van Dyke, 6.7 miles west-northwest of downtown Road Town; it's seven miles (11 kilometers) to the west-northwest of Road Town.
Manchioneel Bay can be accessed via a ferry from the Cooper Island Beach Club that takes of from the Joma Marina.
There are several picks of restaurants to select from in the community around this bay. The most convenient place to eat to Manchioneel Bay is Harris' Place and where you and your party may try a bit of Caribbean meals and experience the flavors of the Virgin Islands., which sells Mediterranean food. It's only about three quarters of a mile away, so check it out and dig in! Also nearby, you will find restaurants including
Travelers who like bays, and would like to see others, might consider a trip to Diamond Cay National Park, which is three quarters of a mile away Jost Van Dyke. You might also consider visiting St. Michael Church Ruins, which is another nearby attraction.and ; the first and closest of which is a half mile to the west of this page's natural attraction. There are at least one or two other activities nearby, including
If a visit to the Manchioneel Bay isn't enough to keep you busy all afternoon, the following table shows the closest options.
|Diamond Cay National Park||--||0.7 mi. (2.8 km)||WSW||1.8 mi. East of Great Harbour||Jost Van Dyke|
|St. Michael Church Ruins||Historic Site||3.9 mi. (5.7 km)||SE||Great Carrot Bay||Tortola|
|John Lettsom House||Historic Site||4.0 mi. (4.5 km)||ESE||Cane Garden Bay||Tortola|
|North Shore Shell Museum||Museum||4.0 mi. (5.9 km)||SE||Little Carrot Bay||Tortola|
Location: Little Jost Van Dyke
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