The British Virgin Islands offer turquoise clear waters for diving, swimming and sailing. Composed of over fifty islands, the British Virgin Islands is a popular destination for people looking to sail between the beautiful islands. There are abundant beautiful beaches and coves and a warm and welcoming local population. The beautiful Anegada atol offers a more secluded retreat, while those looking for a more lively holiday will find the island of Jost Van Dyke offers a friendly atomosphere. Virgin Gorda is the beautiful island loved by movie stars and millionaires. Boat charters are available across the islands, and overall the islands are not overtly British, and have retained strong cultural links to the US Virgin Islands.
Tucked in a private bay on the lush island of Virgin Gorda, the third largest of the British Virgin Islands, lies Biras Creek Resort, a hidden oasis set upon a 140 acre nature reserve amidst a white sand beach and sparkling turquoise waters of the North Sound, Atlantic Ocean, and Caribbean Sea. A member of the prestigious Relais & Chateaux hotel group, Biras Creek is an all-inclusive boutique resort known for its casual elegance, exceptional hospitality, gourmet cuisine and endless island activities. Accessible only by boat or helicopter, Biras Creek is comprised of 31 luxurious suites, all featuring stunning ocean views. The resort also includes a spa, offering indulgences in the latest in health and beauty treatments. Originally opened in 1973, Biras Creek was acquired and renovated by Victor International Corporation, a U.S. based award-winning real estate, resort development and management company, in 2006.