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Petit St. Vincent is across from Petit Martinique, different countries and different approaches to life. Petit Martinique is a busy island with a fishing trade and boat building and a fuel dock.
Petit t. Vincent is a privately owned island with a beach bar that...More
Indeed PSV (petit St Vincent) is my definition of a perfect vacation.
This March, for our 8th stay, my husband and I had a wonderful time again and came with some friends who fell in love with it and say they will return this spring...More
We anchored off PSV and had drinks and dinner ashore at their beach side restaurant and bar. Bar drinks were just OK, they don't use fresh fruit juices for the punches or cocktails. Good wine with dinner but lots of items on their menu were...More
4 days of total luxury. So relaxing with fabulous staff who couldn't do enough for you, lovely food, great cocktails, beautiful location. We had a cottage right on the beach which was fabulously appointed and very secluded.
Unbelievable - resort did the impossible, which was allow one to step off the circus of modern life and just have a simple, quiet peace. Scuba was awesome-- enriched air available! Octopus, sting ray, shark, eel, lobsters, countless fish.
It's had to write my review on PSV without writing an essay , but I will do my best. We had been here on holiday 3 years ago, so from the second we booked to return, we were counting down the days. Personally for us...More
Great little island only 30 mins from Barbados. I found the people to be of the friendliest of the Caribbean Islands. Stayed at some amazing hotels and visted waterfalls, volcano and beautiful white and black sand beaches. Be even better once the international airport is...More
We visited Petit St Vincent in late April 2014 for an anniversary. This time we knew what to expect in terms of privacy and peace. The island was developed with these keys as the main drivers - and many years later they remain paramount.