Mayreau, a small island in the St: Vincent Grenadines

Mayreau is a small island of 3,8 square miles located in one of the most beautiful marine parks, Tobago cays famous to all visitors to the Grenadines. Ideally located Between Union island and Canouan and not so far from the island of the rich and famous, Mustique. 

The tiny population lives in harmony with the nature and supports themselves from tourism and fishing. Although this  island  is small it offers a huge  number of local restaurant and bars and a local Caribbean vibe hard to find anywhere else, this is the real Caribbean.

Only 10 minutes away with our motor yacht you will find the Tobago cays, a paradise for anyone who is in search of the true paradise

Tobago Cays

Marine park is one of the worlds most unspoiled paradise 1,5 mile from our resort. The 5 uninhabited islands are called Petit Rameau, Barada, Petit Bateau, Jamesby island and Petit Tabac was the scene of the filming of the Pirates of the Caribbean.

The islands are surrounded by 3 reefs, Horseshoe reef, Egg reef and Worlds end reef and is located next  to Mayreau gardens, a huge coral reef east of the island of Mayreau.

 The islands can only be reached by boat and is without any doubt the most popular of all excursions in St Vincent and the Grenadines


Around the year of 1720, the island was bought by a Frenchman who sold it to the Saint Hilaire family and after their last family member, Miss Jane Rose passed away in 1915, the island was bought by the Eustace family who still controls most of the land on the island. Electricity came to the island in 2002 and made it possible for the locals to start up tourism related businesses and to live a modern life but still far away from civilization.


Mayreau is located in the country of St Vincent and the Grenadines almost as far south as you can get among the Caribbean islands. North of Grenada, south of St. Lucia and west of Barbados.

Of all the islands in the Grenadines, Mayreau is the one with the least population and the best location with proximity to all the islands in the Grenadine archipelago. There are 32 islands of which 7 are inhabited islands but 2 of the islands Palm Island and Petit St Vincent have been built as exclusive hotel resorts and have no infrastructure for the locals.

Pics from Mayreau