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Nevis is smaller than St Kitts, relaxing and unspoilt, the island is known for its sandy beaches, including palm-fringed Pinney's Beach and the more sheltered Oualie Beach.
Long empty beaches and a way of life that inspires you to pause and appreciate all the natural beauty around you. For some great offshore diving, head to Booby High Shoals to see sea turtles and stingrays or inland, a visit to Charlestown, the island's capital, will reward you with Georgian-style buildings and other British colonial relics. Drink in the green landscapes, blue skies and long stretches of quiet beach for a relaxing Caribbean island experience. Nevis is an island where you really can escape from the outside world. If you're seeking adventure or to kick back and relax - Nevis has it all.
Ferries run regularly between St Kitts and Nevis, giving you the perfect opportunity to explore both islands.
Direct Carriers: Unfortunately there are no direct flights to Nevis from the UK
Indirect Carriers: British Airways operates four services per week to St Kitts via Antigua and connecting flights are available from St Kitts to Nevis.