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Welcome to Bequia
Bequia is a relaxed and friendly Caribbean island with an international flair, tailor-made for sailing enthusiasts, beach lovers and honeymooners.
Enjoy white sand beaches, sheltered bays, turquoise seas and a selection of lovely hotels, well appointed villas and apartments, and excellent restaurants and bars. Don’t miss our world famous Easter Regatta.
Escape to Bequia, drop anchor and unwind!
THINGS TO DO
Awesome Activity in Bequia
he beautiful island of Bequia is located just 9 miles to the south of St. Vincent.
It has an area of approximately 7 square miles and its topography combines hills, coastal woodland, fertile plains, coconut plantations, steep cliffs, protected coves and bays, and pristine white sand beaches. The main town is Port Elizabeth which is located on the leeward side of the island on Admiralty Bay, a large natural anchorage that is sheltered from prevailing winds.
The population of Bequia is about 4,500 and the official language is English.
The Bequia Tourism Association office is prominently located outside the main ferry wharf. It has maps, brochures, souvenirs and its friendly staff can help you arrange tours, taxis and accommodation.
Get to know Bequia
Happenings in the Island
St. Vincent and the Grenadines (SVG) celebrates the nation’s anniversary of independence with a variety of events including motorsports.
This event allows patrons to enjoy the full moon rise in all its splendid glory. The event starts around 6:30pm, facing the moon rise.
Keegan’s Seafood Fest is an annual celebration of freshly caught and prepared seafood.
This celebrates the recognition of persons who have made a significant contribution to St Vincent & the Grenadines (SVG).
Nine Mornings is a unique Vincentian festivity associated with the Christmas season.
Bequia rocks for four days with the Bequia Mount Gay Music Fest. Music lovers enjoy a fabulous treat at various venues on the island.
The breadfruit was first brought to the destination during slavery as a cheap food source for the enslaved.
The Bequia Easter Regatta is one of the destination’s premiere events and the southern Caribbean region’s most popular regatta.