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A little crowded but very pretty nonetheless. Be prepared for some haranguing by locals keen to take you across in the boats from the main island, but mostly friendly banter. Stayed a couple of hours to swim and sunbathe. Pleasant afternoon. Recommend.
We were staying at Beachcombers and wanted to go to Young Island and the Fort. We took the free ferry (just stand on the dock) and had a lovely reasonably priced drink. The following day we took the ferry at lunch time and had an...More
We booked in at the last minute due to a mixup with our air carrier - LIat of course - and spent two lovely nights there. The cottage we were given was large with a fantastic view of the harbour. We will be back
Spent the evening her. Take the small free boat acrodd. About 5 minutes ride. I enjoyed the fruit cocktails especially the banana suprise. The bar tender was really nice. We had dinner there are it was elegant and very romantic. The bead options were really...More
Small island with a resort. Nice beach with golden sand, bungalow style stay, gorgeous plants and flowers, great views, one minute boat ride to land, in front of the Mariners Hotel. If you do not stay in Young Island you can go to their restaurant...More
Fast Water taxi followed by another water taxi to private island beach. Everything you imagine for a Caribbean beach. When returning to first stop locals all very friendly and helpful. Would recommend to everybody to visit
We had one day in St Vincent on p&o cruise on 15/12/14. We didn't have much planned for the day. Decided to visit beach, as you get off there are water taxis waiting to take you to Ville beach. Price is 15US dollars per person...More
If you're staying anywhere in the south of the island, make sure that a visit to young island is on your list at least once during your stay. The little blue island ferry over is free and takes just 3 minutes, so why not try...More