On the north coast of Tortola lies one of its largest stretches of white sandy beach. Little bungalow hotels are sprinkled among the palms that rise up the hillside overlooking the Bay. Restaurants and pubs line the beach with plenty of room to plunk yourself down in a beach chair for some serious island relaxing. There’s good food at Myett’s, The Big Banana, and Quitos; some boutiques for shopping and Bobby’s market to re-stock provisions and ice.
Cane Garden is located on the North coast of Tortola looking northwest towards Jost van Dyke. Although once inside the reefs there is lots of moorings and anchorage space, approach with caution through the marked channel.
The long white sand arc of beach has a selection of places to eat and drink with some open spaces to relax in your beach chair.
Quito’s Beach Bar and Restaurant sits at the northeast curve of the Bay. Several nights a week, the place jams with the tunes from local legend…..Quito Rhymer and his band, ‘The Edge’.
Quito plays several nights each week and always draws a fun crowd. The restaurant serves good island food and, of course, those tropical rum drinks!
Cane Garden Bay may be the islands’ most popular beach. With dining and entertainment, a beautiful anchorage, water activity rentals, Cane Garden Bay has just about all you could ask for from a Caribbean beach. Also perfect because you can take a slow walk in the surf to the southwest end of the beach and have some space to yourself to lie on your beach towel and stare across the turquoise water to Jost van Dyke.