Popular Destinations in St. Vincent and the Grenadines
A volcanic island in the Caribbean, Saint Vincent is the largest island of
the country Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. This island is located
between Saint Lucia and Grenada. In this island, there are plenty of white
sand beaches and palm line bays. Tourists can enjoy diving here. Coral
reefs border many of the beaches on the island. The island also boasts
colonial buildings and cobbled streets. Spiritual travelers can visit a
plethora of spectacular churches here.
Bequia is the second largest island of the Grenadines. This charming island
is a popular yachting spot with an affluent whaling history. The main
commercial center of Bequia is Port Elizabeth on Admiralty Bay. History
lovers can stop by the Bequia Maritime Museum to know about the rich
history of the island.
A little patch of beauty, Palm Island is home to the Palm Island Resort
& Spa and a potpourri of holiday villas. This beautiful island is named
after the plentiful coconut palms found here. The coast of the island is
fringed by five white-sand beaches offering excellent snorkeling
opportunities just offshore in turquoise water. Palm Island has a small
airport and can also be accessed by a short boat ride from Union Island.