Lavenda Breeze (British Virgin Islands Villa)
Lavenda Breeze is set on a long beach and is the only villa there. The night sky will amaze...
Lavenda Breeze is on the Atlantic side of Anegada, on Loblolly Bay, with the best snorkeling in...
You'll be amazed at the comfort and luxury of Lavenda Breeze, considering that so much of...
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Anegada, though the second largest of the British Virgin Islands in area, has a very small population of only 180 residents. It differs, too, from the other islands in that it is the only coral atoll in the BVI (the others are volcanic) with a maximum elevation of only 26 feet above sea level. It\'s a quiet place with a fascinating history of shipwrecks on the reefs near its shores, plus interesting fauna such as sea turtles, pelicans, the endangered Anegada iguana, flamingoes, Anegada lobsters and more --- and flora such as cactus, wild orchids, palms, sea grapes, loblolly trees, and bay lavenda all along the shore.
For years, Anegada has been a favorite destination for yachtsmen, sought out for its dreamy quiet seclusion and for its miles upon miles of empty, pure white sand beaches. It continues to be a beach-lover\'s paradise.
Loblolly Bay is the most prized beach on Anegada for swimming and snorkeling. About 1ﾽ miles long along tts gentle arc, Loblolly hosts two small beach bars, one at either end: \Big Bamboo\ and \Flash of Beauty\. In the center of the arc is Lavenda Breeze.
Since Lavenda Breeze is situated right on the beach, you will walk out your door to the best swimming and snorkeling in the BVI. Or you can sit on the covered deck and relax or read, always protected from the tropical sun, while you watch the waves break on the reef. At night watch an occasional cruise ship or tanker pass by silently on the horizon.
The 360 degree deck affords a view for miles without any other houses in sight. It is truly a feeling of being on \the edge of the earth,\ \out of this world,\ in paradise!
Abolutely stunning and breathtaking!
It takes quite a haul to get to the island, and then to Lavenda Breeze, but once you turn down the road and see the villa, all the hassel you went to get to that point was well worth it. The villa is beautiful, the furnishings are stunning and tasteful, and the beach is to die for...it's almost as though you have the entire end of the island to yourself. The only downfall, which is to be expected, is the problem with getting provisions...you either have to shop at the little grocery stores and pay through the roof for basic items, or have food delivered from the bigger islands. But, even with all that, we are still coming back this coming year...a little wiser about obtaining provisions, but looking forward to another fabulous week in paradise.