British Virgin Islands Travel Guides:
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Tortola, the largest island, has about 14,000 inhabitants and attracts many sailors. There is a bridge to Beef Iceland, on which is the international airport. Road Town, the capital of the British Virgin Islands, is located on the south coast of Tortola. The colorful market and the traditional houses are especially beautiful. It is worth visiting the JR O’Neal Botanical Gardens and the Sage Mountain Park from the Sage Mountain (534 m) has a wonderful view over the island.
The best beaches are spread over the northern half of the island and have such fanciful names such as Smugglers Cove, Long Bay, Cane Garden Bay and Brewers Bay. In Cane Garden Bay, there are numerous bars and nightclubs.
The Bomba Charger-hydrofoil is ideal for trips from Tortola to Virgin Gorda or St. Thomas (U.S. Virgin Islands). The submarine Sub Aqua offers the opportunity to learn about the underwater world without getting wet.
Virgin Gorda, Anegada, Salt Iceland and smaller islands
Virgin Gorda is famous for the Baths, a unique cave system that can be explored by the sea side.
Also interesting is the coral island of Anegada, which is famous for its diving with many shipwrecks.
Salt to Iceland is an annual salt recovered and sent a bag of it to the British Queen.
The former Pirate Island Norman Iceland is with its caves on sea shanties and pirate treasures.
The smaller islands often have names that originate from the pirates and smugglers, such as Fallen Jerusalem, Necker Iceland (owned by the billionaire Richard Branson), Great Camano, Great Dogs and Ginger Iceland.