Virgin Gorda is less populated than Tortola, and many believe it is the most scenic of the Islands. Virgin Gorda is the third-largest (after Tortola and Anegada) of the islands comprising the BVI. It offers many quiet, unspoiled bays, several resorts, and the famous "Baths" (see below). The island is quite hilly and offers dense and lush vegetation. In many ways it is the perfect Caribbean island.
The Baths. Virgin Gorda's major attraction is "The Baths" located on the southern end of the island. The Baths are a number of huge granite boulders strewn on the beach, forming scenic caves that are open to the sea. Swimming and snorkeling are the main attractions here. The major resort on the island is Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbor, formerly the Rockefeller Resort of Little Dix Bay.
At the far Eastern End of Virgin Gorda is a resort appropriately called the "Bitter End". This resort, which has numerous bungalows set into the hillside and surrounded by virgin forest. The Bitter End is very yacht friendly, with easy moorings and a provisioning store. It's a great place to spend the night and eat on shore. You can enjoy the beach during the day, and also have a "Cheeseburger in Paradise" at the tiny hamburger shop on the beach.