Petit St. Vincent is the southernmost of the Grenadines, forty miles south of St. Vincent. This 113-acre, privately-owned resort has twenty two cottages, all constructed from “blue-bitch” stone, from a local quarry. The bungalows are strategically placed for maximum privacy, and the patios offer some incredible views.
The owner, Hazen Richardson has been involved in the development of Petit St. Vincent all along, since the resort was built in the late 1960’s. This island can easily be reached from Union Island, where charters run which will pick you up and take you across the water to this resort paradise. A wide range of sporting and marine activities are available.
White silky beaches and utterly translucent water encircle this tiny island. There are also two small cays nearby, called Pinese and Mopion. These shifting sand banks can easily be reached by Hobiecat. Mopion has a small thatch shelter on it, looking like a typical cartoon desert island. Perched atop a coral reef, its pure white sands extend all around, forming an ideal location for scuba diving.