Virgin Gorda Sights

Virgin Gorda's most popular attractions are those provided by Mother Nature. Beautiful beaches, crystal-clear water, and stellar views are around nearly every bend in the road. That said, remember to get a taste of the island's past at Copper Mine Point.

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Copper Mine Point

  • Historic District/Site

A tall stone shaft silhouetted against the sky and a small stone structure that overlooks the sea are part of what was once a copper...

Fallen Jerusalem Island and Dog Islands

  • Island

You can easily reach these quaintly named islands by boat, which you can rent in either Tortola or Virgin Gorda. They're all part of...

Nail Bay Beach

  • Beach–Sight

At the island's north tip, the three beaches at Nail Bay Resort are ideal for snorkeling. Mountain Trunk Bay is perfect for beginners,...

Savannah Bay Beach

  • Beach–Sight

This is a wonderfully private beach close to Spanish Town. It may not always be completely deserted, but you can find a spot to yourself...

Spanish Town

  • Town/Village

Virgin Gorda's peaceful main settlement, on the island's southern wing, is so tiny that it barely qualifies as a town at all. Also known...

Spring Bay Beach

  • Beach–Sight

This national-park beach gets much less traffic than the nearby Baths, and has the similarly large, imposing boulders that create interesting...

The Baths Beach

  • Park (National/State/Provincial)

This stunning maze of huge granite boulders extending into the sea is usually crowded midday with day-trippers. The snorkeling is good,...

The Baths National Park

  • Park (National/State/Provincial)

At Virgin Gorda's most celebrated sight, giant boulders are scattered about the beach and in the water. Some are almost as large as houses...

Virgin Gorda Peak National Park

  • Park (National/State/Provincial)

There are two trails at this 265-acre park, which contains the island's highest point, at 1,359 feet. Signs on North Sound Road mark...

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