Luxury Villas Virgin Islands
Come explore a place as rich in culture as it is in beauty. Any Caribbean vacation will offer beaches, land and water activities, and nice hotels, but the U.S. Virgin Islands are the Caribbean’s most popular destination for a reason. Here, luxury is surrounded by exceptional beauty, rich culture and history, and a variety of activities across three distinct islands. St.Croix, St.Thomas and St.John. Buck Island is an island of the British Virgin Islands in the Caribbean. It is privately held.
Located just minutes from Tortola and the international airport at Beef Island, Buck Island is conveniently close to civilization - but feels like an entirely new world. St. Croix offers cuisine that spans the globe, from original Caribbean fusion dishes to French and Thai. St. Croix, the largest of the U.S. Virgin Islands, offers a tranquil tropical destination for vacationers, honeymooners, meeting attendees, scuba divers and more. Rich in cultural diversity, St. Croix has a past filled with a fascinating history.
A visit to St. John is a must for those seeking true escape. With 60% of its land area comprising a pristine national park, St. John is as far away as you can get from civilization, but still be just a short distance from upscale jewelry stores and boutiques. Though it is the smallest of the three U.S Virgin Islands, St. John's unspoiled beauty is perhaps the greatest found anywhere in the Caribbean.
St. Thomas is the most cosmopolitan island, yet it still retains the distinctive atmosphere of a secluded Caribbean paradise. Though it’s only 32 square miles in size, St. Thomas has a million miles worth of things to do. Go shopping and sailing, snorkeling and sightseeing, or diving and dining. Enjoy the island’s world-renowned golf course, picture-perfect beaches and spectacular nightlife. Take the Skyride 700 feet above the city or climb the famous 99 Steps of Charlotte Amalie for an incomparable view of the Caribbean. And if you’re interested in culture and history, don’t miss seeing the second-oldest synagogue in the Western Hemisphere, the 1680-built Fort Christian or the childhood home of Camille Pissarro, one of the best-known French Impressionists.