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Bequia is a small island, measuring 7 square miles with a population of approximately 4,300. The native population are primarily a mixture of people of African, Scottish and Island Carib descent.

The island capital, Port Elizabeth, which hosts the ferry terminal, shopping and tourism centre is a busy hub with stalls selling fruit, vegetables and local crafts. Other prominent areas of Bequia include Spring, the site of a former coconut plantation and home to agricultural animals, Industry Bay and Park Bay, where the Old Hegg Turtle Sanctuary is located.

One of the most beautiful and secluded islands within the Grenadines with peaceful and secluded white sand beaches with extraordinary panoramic vistas, it is a true hideaway island, hidden from the tourist’s radar yet with numerous exciting and different activities available. Princess Margaret, who had a home on nearby Mustique, visited Bequia and had a beach named in her honour. Princess Margaret Beach is next to Port Elizabeth and is situated inside Admiralty Bay on the west coast.