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Charming island and peninsula, with great beaches. Despite all of its charms, it's often overlooked by tourists and area residents alike, which keeps it relatively uncrowded.
Take an early morning walk on our wide sandy beaches. Enjoy shelling, sailing, swimming, fishing, surfing, kayaking, charter boating, and biking. Take in the natural beauty of the salt marshes..... Bring your binoculars so you can do some birding; watch the pelicans, gulls, herons and egrets. Or turn and scan the Atlantic Ocean from the beach and see schools of dolphin gliding near shore.
Agriculture supports our way of life as it has for 360 years... our farms, vineyards and nurseries continue this tradition. There are quaint Bed & Breakfasts for those romantic weekends away and motels with plenty of area recreational fun for families with fishing, boating, skateboarding, and even a caurosel in Greenport.
The Best Beach on the Best Island in the World! So say many people who live on Maui. They should know as does Conde Nast Magazine which has selected Maui as the best Island in the world for ten years running!
Nanaimo is home to some of the world's most beautiful natural scenery. Our very pleasant climate, considered to be the mildest in Canada, makes this a natural year-round playground. Enjoy some of the 2700 acres of parkland that Nanaimo has preserved. Piper's Lagoon Park off of Hammond Bay Road is a beautiful beach to view the Coast Mountain Range, Mount Baker in Washington State and the Strait of Georgia from.
Cayman Brac is a tropical paradise for both divers and non-divers alike. Whether your interests are diving, snorkelling, swimming, fishing, hiking, sunbathing on the beach or by the pool, or just relaxing in a hammock, Cayman Brac offers visitors a safe, relaxed and friendly atmosphere in which to enjoy a carefree vacation!
An Island of unspoilt charm and sophistication, alive with possibilities, as boundless as the turquoise sea, endless as the sandy shore....Wake up to the rhythm of the tropics and paradise to explore...
Providenciales, is an island in the Turks and Caicos Islands. The island has an area of 98 km2 (38 sq mi) and a population of 30,542, making it the largest island in population and the third largest in area. It is served by the Providenciales International Airport. It is home to the only conch farm in the world.
Sandys Parish is one of the nine parishes of Bermuda. It is named for English aristocrat Sir Edwin Sandys (1561-1629), and hence there is no apostrophe in the name, which is pronounced "Sands".
Warwick Parish is one of the nine parishes of Bermuda. It is named for Robert Rich, 2nd Earl of Warwick (1587-1658).