Just 9 miles south of the main island of St Vincent, Bequia is the largest of the Grenadine islands at just 7 square miles and home to around 5,000 friendly islanders. Bequia’s history has been deeply entwined with the sea for generations and the age old traditions of boat building, fishing and whaling are still very much alive here. Take some time to explore the island, you’ll be surprised to find a number of places to explore.
Where to stay in Bequia?
Dining in Bequia
Bequia has several charming restaurants and dining options. Reservations are recommended during high season, as well during low season when you’ll find some reastaurants are closed and seating can be limited. Several dining options here feature night time entertainment that’s always fun and relaxing. Electric and acoustic groups perform almost every week offering a mix of tastes and styles.
Beaching it in Bequia
Bequia Travel Blog
- The Grenadine islands are home to several relatively small, exclusive private island resorts – Mustique, Palm Island, Petit St Vincent and Young Island. These luxurious islands […]
- Bequia offers a number of restaurants and bars from upscale dining to trendy beach bars, all offering a true taste of this beautiful island’s local produce. […]
- All sorts of travellers take a holiday to the islands of the Grenadines, and there’s a place to stay for everyone here. From four and five […]