This beach on the west shore of Barbuda is available for you to develop your flagship Caribbean resort.
Even after the hurricane, the government of Antigua & Barbuda continues development on the new airport on Barbuda, capable of handling jet service.
Even after the hurricane, Robert De Niro and Paul DeJoria have pledged to continue their plans to significantly develop along the pristine beaches on Barbuda.
Even after the hurricane, Discovery Land Company bought in to Barbuda and has begun work at the former Coco Point Lodge at their “coming soon” Barbuda Ocean Club..
The shores of Barbuda are very likely the home to the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean and may be the most amazing combination of sand, sea and sun, ever created by nature. The incredible west-facing beaches on this island paradise run unspoiled for miles. Compare this to so many of the vast majority of Caribbean islands which have only a patch of beach here and a rocky beach there or no beach at all.
Sunshine, rain and water temperature are fairly consistent for an arid island which means plenty of sunshine, only a few interruptions for rain and Caribbean water temperature hovering around 80 degrees Fahrenheit.
The combination of the natural beauty coupled with the fact that almost every unit is on the beach and within 150 feet of the Caribbean makes this unique and a very desirable location in the Caribbean.
Mosquito Island Beach (Yes, that is pretty much the entire beach!)
Mosquito Island (a Richard Branson development), for instance has a 200 yard stretch of beach serving what otherwise is a rock of an island…but it fronts the main channel for the BVI with constant traffic from ferries to freighters to cigarette boats.
Oil Nut Bay in the BVI imported virtually all of its sand from Barbuda and may have it all washed away some day.
Oil Nut Bay with Imported Sand
Other island communities such as Christophe Bay on St. Kitts have their beaches on the windward side of the island where the seas are naturally rougher and the humid sea breeze constantly creates a salt film on all property. Barbuda’s calm water gently lapping against the beach is a rarity.
There is only so much beach left in the Caribbean and certainly none like Barbuda.