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Hotels in Nevis

Set on a rustic island in the Caribbean Sea, surrounded by serene beaches and lush forests, Nevis hotels are a popular destination for beach lovers, sun worshipers, bird watchers and history buffs.


Whether you're travelling on a family holiday or enjoying a romantic getaway, Nevis has some utterly stunning beaches to enjoy. Lovers Beach is a beautiful sandy stretch on the northern side of the island – perfect for adults looking to do nothing more than relax and listen to water lapping against the shore. For a more family friendly experience head to Oualie Beach where you'll find beach chairs and a number of activities such as snorkelling and volleyball. You can watch the local fishermen sell their catches on Newcastle Beach while Cades Bay is a peaceful bay close to Charlestown.


Nevis has a long and fascinating history, encompassing both the native Amerindian and Colonial heritages. One of the best places on the island to learn about this rich past is at the Museum of Nevis History. Here you'll find exhibits on the Amerindian origins, the colonisation of the island by the Spanish and English and an extensive look at Captain Horatio Nelson who married a woman from Nevis in 1787. For more information on the native heritage of Nevis head to the Nevisian Heritage Village, an open-air museum that features reconstructed buildings including a Carib chief's hut and a blacksmith's shop.

The island was a profitable source of sugar for the British in the 17th and 18th centuries, and there are a number of old sugar plantations to explore. The ruined Hamilton Estate close to Charlestown is an impressive sight to behold and the eastern Eden Brown Estate is said to be the most haunted site on the island.


Nevis has a strong reputation for outdoor sports. The waters around the island, teeming with tuna, barracuda and blue marlin, are ripe for fishing. If you'd rather watch the fish than catch them, scuba diving is a great way to explore the depths around Nevis. There are also a number of tennis courts and golf courses on the island. If you're feeling adventurous, head inland and hike through the terrain. Funky Monkey Tours will take you through the habitats of the island's monkeys and the Nevis Peak Climb is a particularly tough challenge up the side of the volcanic Nevis Peak in the centre of the island.

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