Discover St Vincent




St Vincent, or “the mainland” of the St Vincent and the Grenadines archipelago, is mountainous and lush, with tumbling waterfalls, verdant rainforests, magnificent coral reefs and an active volcano. Abounding in natural beauty, steeped in history and rich cultural heritage, St Vincent in still relatively untouched by mass tourism and remains a wonderful place to get away from it all and indulge in some real Caribbean culture.


Where to Stay in St Vincent?


Mariners Hotel St Vincent

St Vincent offers something for everyone – whether you’re looking for a cozy guest house, self-serving apartment or family-friendly beachfront hotels, St Vincent has it all! On the south coast between Indian Bay and Blue Lagoon, you’ll find a popuar tourist district boasting a number of hotels and apartments.

Dining in St Vincent



St Vincent caters to everyone! From roadside grill to charming cafes and seaside restaurants, this island boasts an eclectic range of dining options. Enjoy tasty island fare to world class cuisine. Many hotels have on-site restaurants that are open to everyone.


Beaching it in St Vincent



All the beaches here are public. Along the island’s south coast, think Indian Bay, Villa, Young Island and Blue Lagoon – the soft, gold sand beaches are steps away from some of the island’s best hotels and restaurants. If you’re interested in snorkeling, you’ll find the best spots along the leeward coast. For a difference experience, head to the windward coast and find black sand beaches as a result of the volcanic lava flows. Keep in mind, the sea along the windward coast can be quite rough.