Shaped like a lightning bolt with pristine beaches on all sides, Bequia, whilst just 7 miles long and 2 miles wide, is the biggest of the small islands in the Grenadines. Hence we’re known as the ‘big little island’. Over the centuries Africans, Caribs, English, French, Irish and Scottish have washed up on these shores to create a beautiful diversity of cultures and people who all call Bequia home. From the moment you arrive, you’ll find yourself falling naturally into the slow rhythm of this charming little place.
No big resorts, or mass tourism attractions of any kind, it's just quaint little villages, pristine beaches, turquoise waters, verdant green hills, and friendly smiling people who can't wait to welcome you.