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Beaches of the British Virgin Islands's insider take:

The BVI's have enough beaches to pick one for every interest and mood. Surfers head to Tortola's Apple Bay to hang ten. Sandy Spit and Sandy Cay off Jost Van Dyke are the place to live out your castaway fantasies. If "yo, ho, ho and a bottle of rum" is more your thing, you can bar crawl your way up and down White Bay on Jost Van Dyke or hit up Cane Garden Bay on Tortola. For snorkeling, try The Baths/Devil's Bay on Virgin Gorda, and Loblolly/Flash of Beauty, and Cow Wreck on Anageda. Couples like the secluded sunbathing at Tortola's Smuggler's Cove. And everyone can appreciate the sunsets from Cooper Island Beach on Cooper Island.

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