Anegada is the most northern and isolated of the BVI, a flat coral
reef (8 m. The Highest Point) with an area of 39 sq. km., pierced by
brackish lagoons populated
by colonies of flamingos; it emerges from the waters about 15
miles north of Virgin Gorda.
There is only one village: The Settlement whose inhabitants are 150.
The quiet is absolute and only a few small hotels and cottages welcome
lovers of the total sea holidays and the islands great wilderness.
A tremendous reef, head of the sinking of 300 ships at least,
surrounds it entirely.
You'll find only one anchor point: Setting Point.
There are no paved roads, only paths That permit to join the marvelous
coral beaches edging the whole northern coast.
The most beautiful and accessible are Cow Wreck
and Loblolly Bay.