The Islands of

ST- Vincent and Grenadines.

St. Vincent and the Grenadines is a southern Caribbean nation comprising a main island, St. Vincent, and a chain of smaller islands. With yacht-filled harbors, chic private isles and volcanic landscapes, it’s known for its major sailing destinations such as reef-lined Bequia Island off Admiralty Bay, bordered by white-sand beaches like Princess Margaret. The main island is home to the capital, Kingstown. 



A haven for boaters, St. Vincent and the Grenadines flaunt some of the most gorgeous scenery in the Caribbean. This string of 36 emerald volcanic islands stretches south towards Grenada, with plenty of white-sand beaches and palm-lined bays, where mega yachts bob beside sailboats.

Private islands abound here, many with posh resorts. Diving is excellent, and coral reefs fringe many of the beaches, with superb snorkeling a short splash from shore. Discerning island lovers drift to these peaceful and unpretentious islands for a dose of classic Caribbean scenery, free from the cruise ship crowds found in busier ports.

At the northern end of the archipelago, the island of St. Vincent, is home to the capital of Kingstown, with cobbled streets and colonial buildings, while Union Island is the southern gateway to the Grenadines.

Island Resorts & Retreats


Beachcombers Hotel

Beachcombers Hotel is a hotel in St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Our duty is to you, our guest. We aspire to make your journey over to the beautiful island of St. Vincent & the Grenadines a very pleasant, relaxing and enjoyable one; whether it is for business or leisure, we will do our best! Beachcombers Hotel has award winning accommodations and services which we hope you will enjoy to the fullest. We are looking forward to meeting with you.

Beachcombers Hotel was established in 1990 and is a family owned & operated beachfront hotel. Guests are privy to some of the most beautiful views and sunsets on the island. Our central location makes site seeing and traveling around the island very easy.
The hotel has grown from a 6 bedroom bed and breakfast to what it is now; a 48 room hotel of 6 different categories catering to many different travel and comfort needs. There is an open air restaurant & bar, and a pool deck overlooking villa beach, just steps away from the ocean along with a state of the art conference room used for business, seminars and banquets.

Young Island Resort

Welcome to Young Island, your private Caribbean island resort. Fly into St. Vincent, be greeted at the dock by our private water ferry and in two minutes arrive to the first of the Grenadine islands to an oasis that is all yours. Teeming with 13 acres of tropical gardens, unwind in one of only 29 charming, airy cottages. Lounge on our sun-kissed beach, explore the lush island, a national wildlife reserve, and venture out on the glistening Caribbean waters. Savor exceptional cuisine and toast one another at your own private, romantic retreat.

Balance Young Island relaxation with St. Vincent and the Grenadines exploration. Discover the rich culture, natural flavors and inviting spirit of our 32-island archipelago nation. Dive and snorkel among colorful ocean wonders, sail on our catamaran to neighboring islands, trek on rainforest eco-adventures and hike to cascading waterfalls.

Grenadine House & Spa

Set in residential Kingstown Park, overlooking Kingstown towards the Grenadine Islands, Grenadine House offers elegant comfort to the discerning traveller in its 18 well appointed guest rooms.

A Historical Site – The building housing Grenadine House, originally known as The Great House, was built in 1765 as the residence to the British Administrator of the island of Saint Vincent.

Fully renovated and upgraded to provide modern comfort to our guests, Grenadine House offers the best of Vincy hospitality.

Discover our intimate dining restaurant – The Sapodilla Room, The West Indies Bar & Lounge, The Terrace and our function facilities.


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ST- Vincent and Grenadines.

Scattered out in the midst of the south-eastern Caribbean in an array of sparkling bays and cacti-topped cays, St. Vincent and the Grenadines have long represented a picture of quintessential exoticism and laid-back Carib living.

Largely off the tourist map, this archipelago of small islets and rocks boasts a long history of French and English settlement.

Towns like Kingstown and Clifton still bely the Anglo character, while local folk still fry up fresh fish in their BBQ shacks, serenade the beaches with a medley of calypso and soca, and employ that fabled islander charm to all who pass.

Sailing is big business in SV and the Grenadines too, with regattas each year and those world-famous Tobago Cays on the menu.

Meanwhile, beaches, sparkling and white, sit in the shadow of old colonial fortresses loaded with cannons, cassava bread is broken in the eateries, and the mighty outline of bubbling, brooding La Soufriere crowns the horizon for miles around.

Fresh Island Flavours


Sugar Reef Cafe


Our sprawling 65-acre coconut plantation is nestled between a breathtaking bay and a lush forest. The bay has a quarter-mile-long beach overlooking some of the Grenadine Islands. The forest is over 600 acres of uninhabited tropical Caribbean forest (great for hiking). Let the abundant natural beauty and the luxurious views flood your senses. 

Aside from our little slice of heaven, there’s the rest of Bequia and St. Vincent & the Grenadines to explore. In this island chain, you’ll find plenty of unspoiled vibrant reefs, isolated islets, pristine beaches, cascading waterfalls, and a wide variety of tropical birds, flora, and fauna. There’s even a volcano – that’s still active!

Jack's Beach Bar - Bequia

Enviably located on what many call one of the best beaches in the Caribbean is Jack’s Beach Bar. Completely refurbished and given a fresh lick of paint but still retaining the iconic bohemian beach-chic charm that has sailors, beachgoers and Bequians spellbound. Serving exquisite original cocktails and the classics paired with some of the finest local ingredients with an international touch not forgetting the freshest seafood landed only metres away on the beach, you’ve not been to Bequia till you’ve been to Jacks! Famous for our signature Soursop Colada, Jack’s Fried Chicken, Tempura Okra & The PM Burger

Bagatelle at Bequia Beach Hotel

Bequia Beach Hotel is something special and a secret that we’d almost rather keep to ourselves! 

Owner Bengt Mortstedt has created a hotel that mixes vintage style with modern day chic, combined with all the conveniences one would expect from a luxury beach hotel. 
Neither pretentious, nor stuffy and a home from home where you can easily throw away all inhibitions without a care, thus enabling you to enjoy a bare foot in the sand experience and a truly memorable holiday. 
The icing on the cake is of course the island of Bequia itself, one of the finest Caribbean islands to visit, which has kept its true authentic Caribbean charm intact, whilst picking and choosing what it wants from 21st century life – something that is right on impossible to find! 
Read ‘Our History’ to see how Bengt discovered the gem.

Travel Guide

ST- Vincent and Grenadines.


St. Vincent and the Grenadines are a group of islands located in the Caribbean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean. Covering a total area of 389 sq. km (150 sq mi), the island country of St. Vincent and the Grenadines comprises of the larger St. Vincent Island and the northern Grenadine islands, along with some 32 islands and hundreds of islets, all stretching southward (about 48 miles) to the country of Grenada.

As observed on the physical map of the country above, the larger island of St. Vincent is volcanic in origin and has rugged mountainous terrain covered by lush forests with very little level ground. On the island, there are a few very small rivers that drain the mountain slopes.

Marked on the map above is the island’s as well as the country’s highest peak – Mt. Soufrière. It is 4,048 ft. (1234 m) tall and located in the northern part of St. Vincent Islands.

The Grenadines include the main islands of Bequia, Balliceau, Canouan, Mayreau, Mustique, Isle D’Quatre, Petit Saint Vincent, and Union Island, and over 600 rocky islets, all low-lying and ringed by coral reefs