Magnificent Mustique

Exclusive Private Island

Magnificent Mustique

Privately owned, the island of Mustique is part of St Vincent and the Grenadines. The idyllic Caribbean destination is a favourite of celebrities, rockstars and royals. Prince William and Kate Middleton return frequently with their family and it’s not hard to see why. Along with its exotic beauty the island offers fantastic scuba diving and snorkeling, white sand beaches and some of the worlds most stunning property.

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The Island of Mustique

An alluring island with its own distinctive character. Mustique has a tropical climate and a year round temperature average of 29ºC. The island boasts stunning natural beauty of rocky headlands, dramatic hilltops and pristine palm fringed beaches.

Picture: Sun deck views at Plantation House. View villa.

Island of Mustique views

Beach Life

There are many gorgeous beaches to choose from on Mustique. The north easterly side of the island offers more swell providing excellent surfing and body boarding, whilst the beaches on the south westerly aspect of the island offer calmer waters more suited to snorkeling and paddle boarding, perfect for family swimming and picnicking.

Island of Mustique beach life

Where To Eat

From barefoot barbeques to formal a la carte dining, there are many different ways to enjoy the island’s natural hospitality. The Cotton House has recently been joined by Tristan Welch, a well-known culinary figure in the UK as former head chef of the revered 2* Michelin restaurant, Petrus.

The Veranda Restaurant, acclaimed throughout the region, offers a mouthwatering and sophisticated a la carte menu which focuses on fine dining with reference to traditional Caribbean flavours.

For those seeking something a little less formal the Beach Café situated on Endeavour Bay is a relaxed fish restaurant and beach bar.

Basil’s Beach Bar located in Britannia Bay has been hosting an international crowd for over 25 years. In season, Wednesday night is party night with a barbeque buffet dinner and the famous ‘Jump Up’ with live music.

The island of Mustique where to eat

Where To Stay

With the most exclusive collection of villas anywhere in the world, the island of Mustique has a plethora of beautiful property to choose from. Stay up in the hills and enjoy panoramic sea views at Villa Hummingbird. Or stay beachfront amongst the palm trees at Villa Palm Beach owned by Tommy Hilfiger. Try Sheherezade, a stunning five acre family villa with breath-taking views, infinity pool, tennis court and heli-pad. Or stay at the famous Cotton House hotel.

The Island of Mustique where to stay

Outdoor Adventure

There’s an extensive range of outdoor activities to enjoy on the island of Mustique. Take your pick of watersports such as stand up paddle boarding, bodyboarding, glass bottom kayaking and Hobie Cat sailing. Mustique also offers some of the best scuba diving in the Caribbean.

For the keen fisherman the seas around Mustique offer a host of different species from salt water salmon and mackerel, jack, yellowtail snapper and barracuda, to deep-sea tuna, mahi-mahi and marlin.

Stay on dry land and enjoy some tennis or perhaps you would like to explore Mustique on horseback, trekking up into the hills to enjoy the many wonderful views or gallop through the surf on a choice of deserted beaches.

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