People visiting this part of Virgin Gorda typically spend time at one of the area's lovely beaches. Here, you shouldn't be too far from nearby beaches.
The various characteristics of each coastal spot in the Virgin Islands might or might not be just right for you. The following options each offer something a little different. Click the names below to learn more:
|Vixen Point||0.7||W||Prickly Pear Island|
|Brechers Bay||0.8||SSE||Oil Nut Bay, Virgin Gorda|
|Leverick Bay||1.7||W||4.7 mi. Northeast of Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda|
|Angilla Point||2.7||W||4.5 mi. Northeast of Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda|
|Nail Bay||3.5||W||3.6 mi. North-Northeast of Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda|
|Long Bay Virgin Gorda||3.5||W||3.8 mi. North-Northeast of Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda|
|Mahoe Bay||4.0||WSW||2.3 mi. Northeast of Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda|
|Savannah Bay||4.9||SW||1.3 mi. Northeast of Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda|
Vixen Point is closest to Saba Rock Resort. Bear in mind that this beach is found three quarters of a mile from the hotel, so you won't have to travel far to get to a gorgeous spot in the sun. Located on Prickly Pear Island, Vixen Point is a great spot for many of the more popular beach time activities like beach combing, snorkeling, and swimming. Vixen is the most popular beach on the island, and can be very crowded when a cruise ship is nearby. Stay comfortable at here all day if you choose, since it has bathrooms on-site for your convenience.
If you are interested in a more exciting beach, you may like Leverick Bay where the atmosphere is far from quiet, and the crowds are busy enjoying a selection of water activities. 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. This one is located a mile and a half west of the property.
Hopping over to a town or community that neighbors your hotel can help you learn even more about the Virgin Islands, whether you'll be exploring the area's exciting nightlife, or learning more about the area's art and history. Saba Rock Resort is located on the island of Virgin Gorda, 1.8 miles east of Leverick Bay; it's 6.2 miles to the northeast of Spanish Town.
Below are the names of some of the neighborhoods and towns located within a short distance of Saba Rock Resort.
|Prickly Pear Island||0.7||WNW|
|North Sound, Virgin Gorda||1.2||ESE|
|Leverick Bay, Virgin Gorda||1.8||W|
|Oil Nut Bay, Virgin Gorda||1.9||E|
|Santu Patia, Virgin Gorda||2.2||WSW|
|Pond Bay, Virgin Gorda||4.3||SW|
|Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda||6.2||SW|
Saba Rock Resort serves as a great locale for active visitors. There are more than a few activities to be enjoyed when starting at this lodging. As a matter of fact, this region touts a wide array of places to explore, including Virgin Gorda Peak National Park, Prickly Pear National Park, and . Though there are at least three great attractions nearby, the closest one is Virgin Gorda Peak National Park.
To keep your entire group happy, you may need to browse several of this area's attractions, many of which are listed in the following table.
|Virgin Gorda Peak National Park||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||3.3||WSW||3.1 mi. Northeast of Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda|
|Prickly Pear National Park||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||0.8||WNW||Prickly Pear Island|
|Historical Site||6.0||SW||Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda|
|Copper Mine National Park||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||6.6||SW||1.1 mi. South-Southeast of Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda|
|Copper Mine Ruins||Historical Site||6.6||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||7.4||SW||1.3 mi. South-Southwest of Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda|
|Devil's Bay National Park||Park||7.7||SW||1.7 mi. South-Southwest of Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda|
|Fallen Jerusalem National Park||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||8.5||SW||Fallen Jerusalem|
|West Dog National Park||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||7.6||W||West Dog Island|
|Cam Bay National Park||Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||11.5||W||Great Camanoe|
If you're looking for somewhere interesting to go, Virgin Gorda Peak National Park is an alternative worth considering. 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.
Getting information about nearby booking possibilities is sometimes a great means of getting a better feel for the surrounding area. Although you'll only find a few other places to stay in this part of Virgin Gorda, its tranquil surroundings are what make it a pleasant option for those looking for a secluded retreat. On the other hand, vacationers can still find additional accommodation options by heading out a few more miles. To find more information on hotel booking options available in the vicinity, view the following table.
|Bitter End Yacht Club||0.2||S||Oil Nut Bay, Virgin Gorda|
|Biras Creek Resort||0.8||S||Oil Nut Bay, Virgin Gorda|
|Leverick Bay Resort & Marina||1.9||W||Leverick Bay, Virgin Gorda|
|Rosewood Little Dix Bay||5.7||SW||0.8 mi. North of Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda|
|Virgin Gorda Village Hotel||--||--||Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda|
|The Wheelhouse||6.0||SW||Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda|
|Fischer's Cove Beach Hotel||6.7||SW||Spanish Town, Virgin Gorda|
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