Infrastructure

The Virgin Gorda  airport now has an upgraded  runway suitable for twin engine aircraft (prop) and provides scheduled service to St. Thomas and San Juan.  There is a full service marina with large lifts and a full service staff. There are also several marinas with slips to keep a large yacht.  Several well known resorts are on the island such as Little Dix Bay,  Biras CreekSaba Rock , Leverick Bay , and the Bitter End Yacht Club . Many excellent restaurants and smaller snack bars are on island.  Food stores are readily available as well as automobile garages, banks, and other services.

Several well known and many not so well known beaches are on Virgin Gorda, the best known is The Baths, which is a fabulous collection of very large house size boulders set into the sea and land.  These are all public and available to all.

The roads, which are well maintained, provide fabulous views as they go over the mountain know as Gorda Peak, which is a national park.  Gorda Peak is the backdrop to the waterfront of the South Sound Properties and makes for a beautiful view.

Our company can provide villa design, government approvals and construction . We will help you translate your dream villa into a reality and work with architects in the BVI  and in Florida. The villas have been designed for  intense hurricane force winds with minimal damage (No damage to 110 mph and minimal damage to 160 mph.)  

Ferry services are available to Roadtown, Tortola (30 min travel time); Beef Island, Tortola  (International Airport with down-island service as well as service to San Juan and St Thomas) (20 min travel time) and St. Thomas USVI (90 min travel time).
 
 

                     
 
 

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