Located a short distance from Port Elizabeth, the well-renowned Princess Margaret Beach is said to be one of the nicest bays on the island.
Named after the British princess who stopped off here for a dip in the 1950’s, the water is incredibly blue, clear and calm. The crescent shore is backed by a palm tree forest giving it a truly Caribbean feel.
The beach itself is pristine, with the sand gently sloping into the warm Caribbean water. There are lots of trees that generate an ample amount of shade for those in need of a sun break ashore. The crystalline water is calm and clear, prime for those wanting to paddle, swim or snorkel, allowing you and your charter party to explore every part of this beautiful area on the isle of Bequia.
If traveling to this remote island you should most certainly eat, relax and swim at Princess Margaret Beach, it is the epicentre of the Island
Before you leave, make sure you grab a cocktail or a cool refreshment from the smartest beach bar on Bequia, Jack's Beach Bar. Set under a large white canvas awning at the end of the beach, guests can look out over the yacht-filled bay and enjoy the upbeat and unique atmosphere of this very authentic Caribbean beach bar.
Princess Margaret Beach
Princess Margaret Beach,
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines