Accommodations

As the second largest town in the British Virgin Islands, you might expect to find a location overrun with restaurants, shops, and hotels. This simply is not the case. Although there are a few of each, overall you'll find this destination embraces a slower pace of life and the available accommodations fall in line with that thinking. You'll be able to find multiple types of accommodations to choose between in and around the area, including a few hotels and a small handful of… more…

Hotels

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Villa Rentals

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Transportation

The second largest town in the British Virgin Islands is Spanish Town,… more…

Air Travel

The lack of an airport directly in Spanish Town means there is a bit of… more…

Ferries

Instead of flying to the Virgin Gorda Airport from St. Thomas, you also… more…

Rental Cars

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Sailing & Boating

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Taxis

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Attractions

Spanish Town is the largest settlement on Virgin Gorda, and home to the most popular attraction as well: the Baths. This unique set of… more…

Beaches

Spanish Town features a long string of beaches, one separated from the… more…

Natural Attractions

Spanish Town is home to one of the most popular attractions in the… more…

Activities

At only eight square miles, Virgin Gorda is a small island lacking commercialization, even in main settlements like Spanish Town. Sailing is the top activity here, and many people even arrive by private yacht, stay for a little sightseeing and then continue on their way. If you're staying… more…

Diving

Many people visit Spanish Town in order to check out iconic attraction… more…

Fishing

These days, numerous tourists are planning visits to… more…

Shopping

Although Spanish Town is the commercial center of Virgin… more…

Restaurants

Locally owned and laid back are what the restaurants in Spanish Town are all about, which mirrors the ambiance of the whole town. Although… more…

Food

The dining options of the Caribbean are indicative of the area's diverse… more…

Events & Festivals

Every year, the islands of the Caribbean host hundreds of carnivals,… more…

Nightlife

Snorkeling

Home to one of the most popular attractions in all of the British Virgin Islands, Spanish Town still maintains a natural appeal which helps to promote clear, stunning water conditions that snorkelers travel the world to seek out. If you plan to visit this town, be sure to bring your snorkel kit… more…

Sailing & Boating

Tourists who choose sailing as their mode of transportation have likely… more…

Fishing

These days, numerous tourists are planning visits to… more…

Diving

Many people visit Spanish Town in order to check out… more…

January

During January the temperatures in the Caribbean typically vary between a daily high of about 82.1 degrees and a daily low of approximately 72.0 degrees . During the month of January, it rains an average of 11.0 days , with an average total rainfall of about 2.8 inches . Bear in mind, however, that all precipitation, no matter how slight, is considered in the tables on this page. Temperaturemore…

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