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Beaches

There are plenty of beaches to choose from, each with its own characteristics. In general those on the Caribbean (Western) side are calmer, with clearer waters. Those on the Atlantic (Eastern) side have slightly rougher seas, and typically fewer people on the beach.

Please click here for details of Bequia’s beaches.


Restaurants

If you want small, friendly, family-owned restaurants, you’re in luck. Choose from Caribbean-style, Mexican, French and Italian. But if you want McDonalds, KFC, Pizza Express or Starbucks: sorry, but Bequia’s not for you.

Please click here for details of Bequia’s restaurants.


Attractions

No golf courses, I’m afraid. But plenty of other things to do, including diving, snorkelling, yacht charters, day trips to Mustique and Tobago Cays, visiting the Whaling Museum, Moonhole and the Turtle Sanctuary, or just chilling out and relaxing: “liming”as the locals say.

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The tiny island of Bequia (pronounced Bekway) is a jewel in the necklace of islands called the Grenadines.

It has all the charm and qualities of the old Caribbean. Friendly people, natural beauty, and island charm make Bequia a very special place.

Known for years by sailors, it is now being discovered by travellers seeking a natural place to relax and unwind.

Bequia is your perfect island for a quiet, romantic holiday without a rowdy nightlife.

Come see for yourself!

Introduction to Bequia

The links will help you to get another perspective on Bequia:

An excellent photo article on Bequia

And another newspaper article on Bequia


External Links

Map Courtesy of The Bequia Tourism Association Map of Bequia (for larger version click here): Contact Us

Photos of Bequia

Please click here for photos of Bequia.

Getting to Bequia

Please click here for how to get to Bequia.

Come visit our Big Little Island!