In the southern Caribbean is St. Vincent and the Grenadines, an idyllic archipelago of islands whose gentle breezes and yacht-friendly harbours seem to attract as many sail boats as land visitors. Reef-lined Bequia Island, the rising star of Canouan and the legendary private island of Royalty and Rock-Stars, Mustique, are all notable ports of call here. Mustique, the brainchild of Lord Glenconner in the 1950s, features some of the region’s most distinctive accommodation. Magnificent hill-top residences overlook the iconic beaches of Macaroni or Pasture Bay, whilst traditional Gingerbread-style houses, many designed by Mustique’s original architect, Oliver-Messel, open onto white-sand beaches and coral-filled bays. On green and pleasant Bequia, Port Elizabeth is a lively outpost of 19th-century colonial rule, with an easy-going atmosphere and soulful Caribbean vibe. Canouan, dominated by the towering Mount Royal, lays claim to the new must-visit island in the region, as well as some of the country’s most outstanding beaches, including Grand Bay and South Glossy.
Salamander sits on the southernmost ridge Mustique overlooking the union of the Atlantic ocean with the Caribbean sea. The 'wild' side of the island enjoys privacy and peace interrupted only by birdsong.
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