Salt Whistle Bay (SWB) is a unique development opportunity for a Boutique Hotel or Private Estate Home.
Salt Whistle Bay is located on Mayreau Island in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. The property showcases two beachfronts. One on the Windward side and one on the Leeward side.
Salt Whistle Bay has been consistently voted as one of the top 10 beaches in the world.
The Windward side has breath-taking views of Canouan and Tobago Cays, both a 15-minute boat ride away. Canouan is serviced by regional airport – CIW. It hosts a multitude of local activities. The resorts and local shops that line the coast are great for entertainment and overnight visits.
Tobago Cays is part of the internationally recognized Tobago Cays Marine Park and Marine Sanctuary Marine Gardens. It is one of the last undeveloped natural sites in the Caribbean. Salt Whistle Bay is part of the natural protected Marine Park. It is not unusual to see a 500-hundred-year-old sea turtle come to shore.
For movie and TV buffs, the famous Disney movie Pirates of the Caribbean was filmed in this area. Johnny Depp overnighted at Salt Whistle Bay Resort. Jerry Seinfeld, Michael Douglas, and Shania Twain have also visited. It is not unusual to see Oprah Winfrey and David Geffen’s yacht docked between Salt Whistle Bay and Tobago Cays.
The Windward side is great for Kite Surfing. The property has a vast amount of space for launching the kites.
The Leeward side showcases views of Union Island. The daily fishing boats and mainland ferry can be seen cruising by. The water is sky blue in color and the white sand is soft and welcoming to the feet. The water is warm to the skin and kid friendly for swimming. Private yachts often come into the bay for snorkeling and visiting the local village.
The village is a 20-minute walk from the property. It offers local entertainment; great food and the Salt Pond is an interesting site to see.
Neighboring country Grenada is easily accessible by boat via Carriacou.
Voted #16 in Flight Network’s “The World’s 50 Best Beaches” survey (1,800 beaches throughout the world ranked)
Listed in Paradise Found section of “Top 50 Places of a Lifetime” by National Geographic Traveller Special Edition.
Ranked #11 in “The 20 Most Adventurous Beaches” by Men’s Journal