Exotic island with rich history
The third largest island in the British Virgin Islands is a place to enjoy its natural beauty through the native-fringed trails in the nature reserves of the protected national parks. Stroll to Gorda Peak,the island's highest point, for stunning panoramic views of the surrounding islands. Or visit the Baths,where huge granite boulders create mysterious caves and saltwater baths; worth a visit on Virgin Gorda.
The rich heritage of African, Indian and Spanish history abounds. From the Spanish ruins in the Little Fort National Park to the Cornish Copper Mines, where the ruins lie against the azure sea on the southwestern tip of the island. This variety of influences extends to the local cuisine, shops and art of Virgin Gorda.