Virgin Gorda

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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  • 1. The Baths National Park

    Beach

    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 and...Read More

  • 2. 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 mine, now...Read More

  • 3. Fallen Jerusalem Island and Dog Islands

    Beach

    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 the National...Read More

  • 4. Nail Bay Beach

    Beach

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

  • 5. Savannah Bay Beach

    Beach

    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 on...Read More

  • 6. 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 as...Read More

  • 7. Spring Bay Beach

    Beach

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

  • 8. The Baths Beach

    Beach

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

  • 9. Virgin Gorda Peak National Park

    Mountain

    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 both entrances...Read More

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