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Road Town Travel and Tourism

Road Town is located in British Virgin Islands and its geographical coordinates are latitude : 18.4167° N and longitude : 64.6167° W.
   
 
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Honeymoon in British Virgin Islands - Road Town
Honeymoon in British Virgin Islands Newlyweds love seclusion and the British Virgin Islands has some of the best spots for two in the world. Whether you're slipping the anchor down in your own private cove off Cooper Island, weightlessly drifting along with a school of angelfish in the reefs surrounding Anegada or sharing the breathtaking vistas from the peak of Sage Mountain, our islands and our people cater to your every desire. The British Virgin Islands' friendly spirit and outstanding accommodations are among the reasons, resorts and private islands are renowned throughout the world as the Caribbean's most romantic honeymoon destinations. Captivating small hotels and inns and charming cottages and villas – most within a pebble's throw of the w...

Beaches of British Virgin Islands - Road Town
Beaches of British Virgin Islands Apple Bay Beach - Island: Tortola - Apple / Capoons Bay Beach is just over the hill from Long Bay. Here, on any day in season you can see at least a dozen surfers from all over the world. The bay is also known for its full moon parties at Bomba's Surfside Shack, as well as the Friday night fish fries hosted by local residents under the banyon trees. In the evenings, you can usually find music playing at one of the bay's two hotels and several local restaurants. Brewer's Bay Beach - Island: Tortola - North Shore Brewer's Bay, once the site of several sugar plantations and distilleries (hence its name) is just around the eastern point by boat or over a steep hill by car from Cane Garden Bay. Ruins can be seen on the...