Cow Wreck Beach Resort

Anegada, the British Virgin Islands' Best Kept Secret

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Villas
Rent one of our comfortable villas for a most relaxing time. Sleep to the gentle sounds of the sea, feel the gentle trade winds blow, and enjoy the comforts of being at home right on the best beach in all the BVI.

 


Kitchen
Our restaurant serves up fresh all day lunch and dinner. We specialize in lobster, conch and fish, and our steak, ribs and chicken sizzle to perfection on our grill fueled by local wood. Yummy dishes from our modern kitchen are served with a heaping helping of love.

Our conch fritters are acclaimed as the best in the BVI.

 


Bar
Our bar sits in the trade winds overlooking the sea, like a fine lady with changing moods. Enjoy a Wreck Punch, Bushwacker, Painkiller, Pina Colada, Banana, Strawberry or Mango Daiquiri.

Our famous Cow Killer is our own special blend, always served with a smile and a pleasant chat about Anegada and the BVI. Come enjoy the great drinks of the Caribbean.


Beach
Cow Wreck's exquisite beach is the best in all of the BVI. It is an ideal place for wading and swimming. The water near shore is only waist deep with a perfect sand bottom.

Kids can play in the sand while you lime only steps from our bar.

You can walk for miles, watching the sand and water change colors before your eyes, and not see another person!



These beach lounges are waiting for you!


People
Our people on Anegada are known for their genuine friendliness and always a smile. Visit Anegada - come for a day or come and stay a while. We will do our best to make your trip the best ever.

Fishing
Anegada has the best fishing in the BVI. Easily accessible from the shore at Cow Wreck Beach, you can catch the prized bonefish, delicious snapper, grouper, and a wide variety of other fish.


Getting Here
While Anegada is remote, there are numerous ways to get here.

From San Juan: Caribbean Wings (284-495-6000, email carwings@yahoo.com) can fly you directly from San Juan's international airport to Anegada. They have special low fares for Friday or Sunday travel. This is by far the easiest way to get to Anegada from outside the Caribbean! If you do not need to spend time on Tortola or any other islands, then connecting with Caribbean Wings in San Juan is the least expensive way to get to Anegada. Almost any other method will require the added expense and inconvenience of an overnight stay elsewhere. Spend more time on Anegada with less hassle and expense!

Ferry from Tortola: You can get to Anegada from Tortola by ferry. Smith's Ferry provides ferry service from the Roadtown, Tortola ferry terminal three days a week (Monday, Wednesday, and Friday). On those days, Smith's Ferry makes two trips to and from Anegada.

The morning ferry leaves the Roadtown ferry terminal at 7:00AM, arriving at Anegada around 8:15AM. You can also have the morning ferry pick you up at Spanishtown on Virgin Gorda at 7:30AM. The morning ferry return to Roadtown leaves Anegada at 8:30AM, arriving in Roadtown at around 9:30AM. The morning ferry does not stop at Virgin Gorda on its return to Roadtown from Anegada.

The afternoon ferry leaves the Roadtown ferry terminal at 3:30PM, arriving at Anegada around 4:30PM. The afternoon ferry does not stop at Virgin Gorda on its trip from Roadtown to Anegada. The afternoon ferry return to Roadtown leaves Anegada at 5:00PM, arriving in Roadtown at around 6:15PM. The Afternoon ferry can also drop you off at Spanishtown on Virgin Gorda.

Air from Tortola: Island Birds (284-495-2002) and Fly BVI (866-819-3146 or 284-495-1747) provide charter service between the Beef Island airport on Tortola. If you are flying into Beef Island, you may be able to arrange same-day charter service to Anegada.

Air from St. Thomas: Ace Flight Center (340-776-4141) provides air charter service between the St. Thomas, USVI airport and Anegada.

Regardless of how you are getting here, let us know and we will gladly pick you up when you arrive!


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