At only 10 miles (15 km) long by 2.5 miles (4 km) wide, Anegada is affectionately referred to as the ‘drowned’ land for its numerous salt ponds and sunken feel, a mere 28 feet above sea level. If one plans to go to Anegada, they would enjoy miles ... 

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Cow Wreck Palm

May 2011

The Cow Wreck beach bar is another local favorite. Entertaining crowd gather, stories are old and drinks are poured. The food is excellent and you cannot beat the location for Kite Boarding. The 2011 BVI Kite Jam was held there. one of the best X-treme sporting events of the year.

Big Bamboo and Loblolly Bay

May 2011

The Levons family does a wonderful job keeping this beach in pristine condition. They are out early every morning cleaning, raking and making sure everything is just right for your visit.

Anegada Pines

May 2011

THIS is the color of happiness and contentment that Anegada brings out in everybody. Come and sit for a while.

Spotted Eagle Ray

May 2011

These beautiful creatures cruise the vibrant reef that protects Anegada.

Loblolly Conch

May 2011

Soft, pink coral sand and crystal clear water on the Anegada shoreline invites you to walk and walk. Stop and take a dip, or snorkel the inside reef.

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