Bequia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Bequia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 363 vacation rentals near Bequia. From 198 houses to 90 condos, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Bequia for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

For beaches, boats, and beautiful times, Bequia beckons

A haven for saints, there was never a lovelier place in all of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. The largest island in the Grenadines, Bequia, pronounced "bekway," is a lush, S-shaped island which lies 9 miles south of Saint Vincent. Book a centrally located Bequia vacation rental and spend lazy days pottering around Port Elizabeth, the colorful village-like capital, rent a yacht and sail across Admiralty Bay, or learn the art of doing nothing on the white, white sands of Princess Margaret Beach—it's what vacation memories are made of.

Bequia's beaches are oh-so becoming

If life on Bequia was any more laid-back, it would be horizontal. Book a centrally located Bequia vacation rental and have access to all the island's main attractions. Many come to visit the markets in Port Elizabeth, or rent a boat and go dolphin-spotting over the harbor. But if it's beaches you want, then look no further than Princess Margaret Beach, a popular bathing and snorkeling spot with a distinctly Caribbean vibe. After dark, why not sample some of Bequia's friendly hospitality with a local beer or 3 in a beach shack bar.

Have a turtle-y brilliant time on Bequia

On the northeastern shores of the island is the Old Hegg Turtle Sanctuary. Run by Brother King, a fisherman and wildlife lover, this charming little sanctuary has already rescued and released 2,000 hawksbill turtles into the Caribbean Sea. It's also home to the island's red-foot tortoises. Bequia also has a long tradition of hand-carved model boats. Visit the Sargeant Brothers Model Boat Shop, where locals carve beautifully intricate wooden vessels. Although it won't take you long to explore, the Bequia Maritime Museum in the main town is as charming as they come.

Feeling hot, hot, hot? Going balmy on Bequia

Like many Caribbean islands, Bequia benefits from a beautiful, balmy climate all year round. Most days see the mercury rise to 80 or 90 degrees, cooling down slightly in the evening. But not much! Peak season is usually December through to May, when the snowbirds flock in search of winter sun and Bequia vacation rentals often get snapped up quickly. The wet season is between May and December, yet showers are brief, and the sun always comes out to play again. The island's more southerly location means that hurricanes are rare, even during peak storm season.

Hike it like it's hot—Bequia's natural attraction

The largest island of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Bequia is part of the chain called the Leeward Islands. Although a popular draw is the sailing, marine life and coral reef, it's lush, hilly terrain also attracts hikers to the island. It's home to iguanas and cinnamon trees and offers a variety of trails for everyone from the leisure walker to the serious hiker. The highest point on Bequia is Mount Peggy, which promises 360-degree views of the island from Peggy's Rock at the peak. On a clear day, you can even see as far as the island of Grenada.