Once reportedly headed by a pirate priest, St. Michael Church now stands in ruins on the North Beach Coast.
There isn't much left to see of St. Michael Church, though tourists looking for a hike make want to make the trip halfway down Windy Hill to the overgrown stone walls.
Consider staying in Great Carrot Bay if you plan on visiting St. Michael Church Ruins, since travelers to this part of the Virgin Islands will have the benefit of easy access to this historic attraction during their time there. There is a respectable bunch of lodgings in the district near this landmark.
|Sugar Mill Hotel||Hotel||1.0 mi. (6.7 km)||SSW|
|Agape Cottages||Cottages||1.2 mi. (4.1 km)||NE|
|Rhymer's Beach Hotel||Hotel||1.3 mi. (4.3 km)||NE|
|Quito's Ole Works Inn||Hotel||--||--|
There are multitudes of dining options to pick from in the community near St. Michael Church Ruins. The closest restaurant is Sugar Mill Restaurant and Islands Beach Restaurant offer additional refreshment choices nearby. At Islands Beach Restaurant you and your group might sample Caribbean dishes and experience the flavors of the Virgin Islands., a wonderful restaurant to dine at before spending some time at St. Michael Church Ruins.
There are no official times posted for visiting St. Michael Church, but it is best to make the trip between sun up and sun down.
There is no charge to visit these ruins.
Location: North Ridge Road at Windy Hill, Great Carrot Bay, Tortola
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