Luxury Villas in British Virgin Islands

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Peaceful, pretty and as close to paradise as you’ll get, the British Virgin Islands are a stunning destination. There are around 50 islands in the BVIs but there are four larger ones, the main two being Tortola and Virgin Gorda, and sailing fanatics will be spoilt for choice.

A luxury villa holiday in the British Virgin Islands is perfect for a memorable trip to mark a special occasion or an action-packed family holiday. Necker Island, for instance, is owned by Richard Branson and can be hired exclusively for the ultimate private luxury villa experience right on the beach.

Moskito Island
BVIs, British Virgin Islands

Welcome to paradise! You can’t get much further away from the daily grind than in a luxury villa on a private island in the Caribbean. Moskito Island is an exclusive estate comprising three villas, luxury entertainment and living spaces, created...

11 Bedrooms
Sleeps 22 - 24
From $331,100 per week

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Necker Island
Necker Island BVIs, British Virgin Islands

Teeming with wildlife and surrounded by pristine beaches, coral reefs and crystal clear turquoise water, Necker Island is arguably the most beautiful spot in the British Virgin Islands and every bit as idyllic as you would imagine, since it’s Sir...

18 Bedrooms
Sleeps 34 - 40
From $542,500 per week

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Destination Guide: British Virgin Islands

About British Virgin Islands

The British Virgin Islands are a mecca for sailors, with more than 40 exquisite islands dotted throughout the turquoise seas of the Caribbean combined steady trade winds and gentle currents. There are hundreds of white-sand-fringed bays to explore from a luxury villa on the island and you can be sure of a warm welcome when you arrive.

It is possible to stay on Richard Branson's private superyacht 'Necker Belle' which offers a fantastic way to explore the islands.

The BVIs have had a colourful history. Settled thousands of years ago by the Amerindians, and then by the Dutch and the British since the 1600s, the different cultures are still in evidence today in the food, architecture, language and music.

The main island in the British Virgin Islands is Tortola and holds most of the population and commerce. Virgin Gorda is real beauty, favoured by movie stars, millionaires and yachties. Jost Van Dyke is more relaxed and the remote island of Anegada is super-chilled, perfect for just flopping into a hammock and taking it easy when on a luxury villa holiday to the British Virgin Islands.

There are watersports-a-plenty in the BVIs – the sailing, scuba diving and big game fishing are all world class.

Best places to eat and drink in British Virgin Islands

Dining in the British Virgin Islands tends to be island-style – low key and relaxed. Being surrounded by the ocean the islands have a wonderful variety of fresh seafood. When staying in an exclusive luxury villa expect to see mahi mahi, snapper, conch and, of course, grilled lobster on the menus.

Best time to visit British Virgin Islands

The temperature in the British Virgin Islands ranges from an average of 25°C in winter (December to March) to 28°C in summer (June to August).

Expect brief tropical showers between July and November.

The hurricane season peaks in August and September but most of the year the islands experiences gentle trade winds.

The best time to travel is from mid-December to mid-April although November and May are also good times to visit for a luxury villa holiday on the British Virgin Islands.

What we love about British Virgin Islands

We love the endless choice of pristine white sand beaches, the delicious grilled lobster, the punchy rum-punches and of course that friendly laid-back island-style culture – pure heaven.