When you take your dinghy ashore you will find paradise awaiting. Here you can rent scooters, cars, or dirt bikes for the day as you explore Anegada. Don’t forget! If you rent a vehicle, drive on the left side of the road! At Setting Point you can also find a local grocery store to reprovision that has a limited selection of food. After a day of exploring the island, enjoy the world famous lobster dinner at places such as the Anegada Reef Hotel or Potters Bar. If you feel like dancing the night away, Potters Bar has a fun dance setting where DJs will play music as long as there are people!
On the North side of the island is Cow Wreck beach. Named after a ship that sank with a bunch of cows on it, the beach is one of the most stunning in the British Virgin Islands and the world. If you come on a lucky day, you may even spot Kenny Chesney who is a frequent visitor to the bar. You will likely here his music playing and seeing a few photos of him around. The bar here as amazing drinks and a wide selection of food and a gift shop. You easily could spend your whole day relaxing at Cow Wreck Beach!
The Settlement is the town where you will find all the local housing. There is not much to do as a tourist in this area, but it is a great spot to drive around and see how the locals live on the island. The settlement is also home to the iguana sanctuary, where you can see iguanas being raised until they are ready to be released into the wild safely.
On the Northeast of Anegada another stunning beach awaits. If coming from Setting Point, you must rent a taxi, car, or scooter to get here. This beach is known for its spectacular snorkeling. Here you will also find a restaurant and bar to relax at while spending the day at the beach.
Anegada has a small airport located on the island. Even if you are not flying in and out of Anegada, it is a fun sight to see the small airplanes taking off and landing. If you have any members or your party leaving or joining you during your sailing vacation week, this is a place that can help make that happen!
Located on the island are several hundred flamingos. Though you won’t see the flamingos crossing the road around the island, there are several spots you can see them on the island. The easiest location to see them is right outside Setting Point, where an observation deck has been set up with binoculars to few the birds. There are also signs where you can read the history of the birds on the islands.