Princess Margaret Beach Bequia

Bequia is a gem in the Grenadine Islands and one of the things that make it shine is Princess Margaret Beach. Today’s Island Lime Video deposits you onto the sands of this natural beach. If it were anymore real, you’d have sand on your feet.

Activity on Bequia has always been centered around the deep water harbor and protected shores of Admiralty Bay, there are a number of other locations and communities on the island, all of which are charming in their own right, but Port Elizabeth in Admiralty Bay is the main hub of activity and the location of Princess Margaret Beach.

Just beyond the Belmont Walkway and up and over a small hill is the beautiful, secluded and as yet totally unspoiled Princess Margaret beach. Named after the British Royal Princess Margaret whom once visited Bequia and swam at this beach. The only access at present is by water or down a steep road/trail off the main road. The beach is lush with tropical plants and now buildings except for a high-end beach bar/restaurant named Jack’s.

Enough talk, here is your time to lime on Princess Margaret Beach.

Have you had the pleasure of spending time on Princess Margaret Beach? If so, I would love to hear your story.

Have a great weekend Castaways!


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By |2016-12-27T07:42:06-05:00December 30th, 2011|Bequia, Island Lime Videos, St. Vincent & The Grenadines|1 Comment

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  1. Bear December 30, 2011 at 6:50 pm

    Ryan, Princess Margaret is definitely one of my favourite beaches, and site of possibly my very favourite “screen saver”:

    (I hope the link works)

    The gentleman who owns this boat (and I am sorry but his name escapes me at the moment) does wonderful little carvings in “sea wood”. If you see hime there,check out his stuff–it is very good. I think the boat and the name, in the setting, is about as close as you can get to a perfect Carribean picture. I am in the process of of putting together a collection of our best “screen saver shots” from over our years of travel in the Carribean and other warm places (lots of pre-digitial missing), but this is what I have so far:!1875&parid=root

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