Macaroni Beach#6 in Best Things To Do in St. Vincent & The Grenadines
If you came to Mustique (the Grenadines' exclusive retreat just 18 miles southeast of St. Vincent) to sprawl across blindingly white sand or sit beneath a rustic palm hut facing turquoise waters, head straight to Macaroni Beach. This isolated strip of sand along the island's eastern shoreline makes an idyllic spot for sun-seekers and surfers. One TripAdvisor user describes Macaroni beach as "The most beautiful white sand beach with [only] a handful of people on it!"
But this tranquil sanctuary isn't accessible to all. Though you're welcome to lounge along Macaroni's powdery sands free of charge, you will need to charter your own boat to reach the island and make mooring arrangements in advance with the Mustique Company. Dropping anchor here will cost you between $208 XCD and $518 XCD (approximately $77 to $192 USD) per day, depending on boat size (larger yachts are not allowed to drop anchor here). If you would prefer sun and splendor without the high price-tags, head to Bequia.
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