Believed to be the setting of Robert Louis Stevenson’s “Treasure Island,” Norman Island has a history filled with pirates and hidden gold. While legends spur much of the talk of buried treasure, the amazing Caves – one of the most popular tourist attractions in the BVI – add to the allure of Norman Island.
This two and a half mile long island is located at the southern end of the British Virgin Islands, near the US Virgin Islands. While the island itself is uninhabited, you will find Pirates Bight bar and restaurant on Norman Island. Available for lunch and dinner, the eatery serves West Indian cuisine in a perfect deserted island setting.
Norman Island has rolling hills sloping gently to the waters edge. There are beautiful bays and offshore reefs for yachting, diving, snorkeling, and many other water activities in the BVI.