Virgin Gorda

Virgin Gorda is the third largest and second most populous of the BVI, with the major town being Spanish Town. The Baths, one of the chain’s major tourist destinations, are a geological wonder formed of granite boulders, creating tidal pools sheltered within the rock formations. Located right on the edge of the beach, emerging from the path that leads through The Baths brings one to the secluded beach of Devil’s Bay, which offers swimming and snorkelling to visitors.

The Bitter End Yacht Club (currently closed due to IRMA) is one of the Caribbean’s premier water sport resorts, and is often described as having “barefoot elegance.” Elsewhere on the island, the 19th Century copper mine, the most notable local ruins, is home to the oldest remaining Cornish beam engine in the world.
The Copper Mine

Leverick Bay

The Legendary Michael Beans keeping it real at Leverick Bay in the North Sound of Virgin Gorda.