Travelers vacationing in this section of Virgin Gorda almost always stroll one of the region's gorgeous beaches. There are bound to be nearby beaches that you will enjoy.
Each of the access points on Virgin Gorda have their own unique features; even subtle characteristics could affect how much time you want to spend there, and what you need to bring. All of the nearby shorelines in the following table have something unique to offer. Click the names below to view a detailed page:
|Leverick Bay||0.7||NE||4.7 mi. Northeast of Spanish Town|
|Angilla Point||1.2||NNW||4.5 mi. Northeast of Spanish Town|
|Nail Bay||1.3||WNW||3.6 mi. North-Northeast of Spanish Town|
|Long Bay Virgin Gorda||1.5||NW||3.8 mi. North-Northeast of Spanish Town|
|Mahoe Bay||1.7||SW||2.3 mi. Northeast of Spanish Town|
|Vixen Point||1.7||NE||Prickly Pear Island|
|Brechers Bay||2.4||E||Oil Nut Bay|
|Savannah Bay||2.6||SW||1.3 mi. Northeast of Spanish Town|
|Little Dix Bay||3.4||SW||0.8 mi. North of Spanish Town|
|Big Trunk Bay||5.0||SW||1.0 mi. South West of Spanish Town|
The most convenient option is Leverick Bay. Bear in mind that this beach is a reasonable traveling distance away, so your group won't have to travel far to enjoy this beautiful section of the coast. Leverick Bay is a sparkling velvet sand beach sitting adjacent to a handful of villas and rental properties. A pier is on the south side of the beach, after which the beach gets gray and rockier. Importantly (especially for those with young children), the amenities include showers and restrooms.
If instead you're looking for a less raucous beach scene, Angilla Point might be a good choice. On the north shore of Virgin Gorda, Angilla Point has warm cerulean waters and a great lookout spot. Enjoy swimming in shallow waters or snorkeling at this beach. It can be found one and a quarter miles north-northwest of the property.
Travelers seeking to learn a bit more about what's in the surrounding area might want to find out how far—or near—the neighboring town or city is from their location. Gordian Terrace is found in Santu Patia, a village near Leverick Bay; it's 3.9 miles to the northeast of Spanish Town.
The table below lists some of the areas near Gordian Terrace.
|Leverick Bay, Virgin Gorda||0.7||NE|
|Prickly Pear Island||1.9||NE|
|Pond Bay, Virgin Gorda||2.0||SW|
|North Sound, Virgin Gorda||3.3||E|
|Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda||3.9||SW|
|Oil Nut Bay, Virgin Gorda||4.0||E|
|George Dog Island||4.3||W|
Gordian Terrace makes for a wonderful locale for active vacationers. There are more than a few fun activities to be found when starting at this accommodation. Yes, this region touts a wide array of places to explore, such as Virgin Gorda Peak National Park, Prickly Pear National Park, and , to name a few. Of the three, the closest is Virgin Gorda Peak National Park.
There are plenty of other attractions to keep all kinds of travelers happy; find them listed in the table below.
|Virgin Gorda Peak National Park||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||1.0||WSW||3.1 mi. Northeast of Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda|
|Prickly Pear National Park||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||1.9||NE||Prickly Pear Island|
|Historical Site||3.8||SW||Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda|
|Copper Mine National Park||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||4.5||SW||1.1 mi. South-Southeast of Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda|
|Copper Mine Ruins||Historical Site||4.5||SW||1.1 mi. South-Southeast of Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda|
|Little Fort National Park||Park||--||--||Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda|
|Little Fort Ruins||Historical Site||--||--||Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda|
|Spring Bay National Park||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||5.2||SW||1.3 mi. South-Southwest of Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda|
|Devil's Bay National Park||Park||5.5||SW||1.7 mi. South-Southwest of Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda|
|Fallen Jerusalem National Park||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||6.3||SW||Fallen Jerusalem|
|West Dog National Park||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||5.3||W||West Dog Island|
|Cam Bay National Park||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||9.2||W||Great Camanoe|
|Rhone Marine Park||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||13.3||SW||5.9 mi. Southeast of Road Town|
|VI Maritime Museum||Museum||13.1||WSW||2.5 mi. East of Road Town, Tortola|
|Josiah's Bay Plantation||Historical Site||13.3||W||2.4 mi. Northeast of Road Town, Tortola|
|Dead Chest National Park||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||14.2||SW||Dead Chest Island|
|St. Phillip's Church||Historical Site||--||--||Kingstown, Tortola|
If you're searching for an interesting place to visit, Virgin Gorda Peak National Park could be just what the doctor ordered. At 1370 feet above sea level, the Virgin Gorda Peak National Park is one of the only remaining examples of a Caribbean dry forest in the British Virgin Islands and even some of the surrounding island nations. The park was donated to the National Park System in 1974 and is now popular amongst hikers.
When choosing where to book your stay, it can sometimes be helpful to find out about nearby lodging possibilities in order to get a better feel for the region. This portion of Virgin Gorda offers vacationers various other hotel and resort options to choose from, giving you plenty to contemplate prior to making a decision. See the table below to find a complete listing of the booking options that are available in the surrounding area.
|Leverick Bay Resort & Marina||0.6||NE||Leverick Bay, Virgin Gorda|
|Bitter End Yacht Club||2.3||ENE||Oil Nut Bay, Virgin Gorda|
|Saba Rock Resort||2.4||ENE||6.2 mi. Northeast of Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda|
|Rosewood Little Dix Bay||3.4||SW||0.8 mi. North of Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda|
|Virgin Gorda Village Hotel||--||--||Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda|
|The Wheelhouse||3.7||SW||Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda|
|Fischer's Cove Beach Hotel||4.4||SW||Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda|
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