Hotels in St Vincent
The largest island in the idyllic Caribbean country of St Vincent and the Grenadines, St Vincent lies between St Lucia and Grenada. Mountainous and covered in lush forest, St Vincent is made up of partially submerged volcanic peaks, the largest of which, La Soufrière, soars to over 4,000ft.
For beach lovers, St Vincent is special. They are less busy than on some Caribbean islands and have a special unspoilt tranquillity, not to mention that signature dark volcanic sand in many places. Princess Margaret Beach, close to Port Elizabeth is a sublime stretch and one of the islands best. You can get there by road or take a boat ride from Port Elizabeth harbour. At Lower Bay there is another peaceful and beautiful stretch, which also has the added bonus of a friendly and fun café, De Reef.
The interior of St Vincent is dramatic, very beautiful and rich with natural features and history. On the road to Mesopotamia you can stop at the breathtaking Belmont Lookout spot just as you crest the peak and turn away from the coast. From here you gaze along the verdant Mesopotamia Valley, which unfolds before you. Just one mile north of the bustle of Kingstown is the oldest botanical gardens in the western hemisphere. A haven of calm, St Vincent Botanic Gardens is bursting with stunning flora, flourishing on a mixture of rich volcanic soil and the ideal climate.
For a truly idyllic experience, take a day trip through the Grenadines to Mustique and the Tobago Cays on the 80ft vintage schooner Friendship Rose. This lovely craft was once a hard-working mail boat, but now serves to transport you across the jade green Caribbean on a uniquely relaxed adventure. The highly regarded Baleine Tours will take you on a cruise along the lush and wild west shore, on a day that includes swimming at the stunning Baleine Falls, lunch at a famous Pirates of the Caribbean site and other fascinating stops. With Ramblers Hiking Tours you can head off into the flawless green hills and flower-scented trails to really discover the heart of this undisturbed island.
From St Vincent hotels there are plenty of authentic Caribbean and fresh seafood eateries to choose between. The Sapodilla Rooms in Kingstown welcomes you into an impressive dining room and the cuisine is more than a match for the surroundings. Locally sourced ingredients are used to create a delicious fusion of Creole, Caribbean and American flavours. For a friendly and informal welcome, excellent food and open-air dining, try the Fig Tree, just a short stroll from Port Elizabeth docks. Relax on one of the wooden loungers at the rightly popular Frangipani Restaurant & Bar with a drink, and wait for the drama of a sublime St Vincent sunset.
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