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Relax at Villa Valmarc

Family Holidays, Retreats, Vacations & More!


Your Dream Caribbean Vacation Awaits!

Our family would like to welcome you to Villa Valmarc, situated on Mahoe Bay in Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands with its pristine beach and spectacular coral reef.

Villa Valmarc is surrounded by lush flower gardens and a variety of fruit trees, any of which are delightful to enjoy with your sunset beverage while taking in the ocean view.

A short stroll down the path leads you directly onto Mahoe Bay Beach for some of the best swimming and snorkeling Virgin Gorda has to offer.VIEW GALLERY

Mahoe Bay Beach

Villa Valmarc is steps away from a remote and pristine Mahoe Bay beach. You will be captivated by its crystal-clear blue waters, gentle waves, pure white sand and relaxing palm-trees and seagrape.

This tropical landscape is a very short drive to local cuisine, other unspoiled beaches, nature sanctuaries, national parks and plant-lined trails.


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Frequently Asked Questions

Traveling from the USA / Canada

via San Juan, Puerto Rico 

From San Juan (SJU), it’s a short flight over to Virgin Gorda. (VIJ) As a major international airport serving the Caribbean, San Juan is an easy destination from most countries.  US Air, Delta, Spirit, Air Canada, West Jet, United, Jet Blue and many other regularly scheduled, charter and discount North American airlines have direct flights to SJU.

Alternative flights to St. Thomas (STT) in the USVI may be available, with a ferry or flight to Virgin Gorda.

If travelling from Miami, American Airlines now offers direct flights to Tortola and from there take Speedy’s Ferry from Beef Island Tortola airport to Virgin Gorda, or use Seaborne airlines to get across.

A convenient option is flying direct from San Juan to Virgin Gorda on Air Sunshine or Silver Airways.

Charter carriers such as Fly BVI, Virgin Gorda Air Charters and Island Birds also make the flight to Virgin Gorda during daylight hours. Booking with a charter carrier can be an economical option if you have a group of five or more people arriving at the same time into San Juan or St. Martin.  You have the added bonus of a plane waiting for you (even if your aircraft is late).

via Tortola

Another way to get to Virgin Gorda is to fly into Beef Island, Tortola and then take Speedy’s Ferry from Beef Island Tortola airport to Virgin Gorda, or use Seaborne airlines to get across.

Traveling from Europe

If travelling from Miami, American Airlines now offers direct flights to Tortola and from there take Speedy’s Ferry from Beef Island Tortola airport to Virgin Gorda, or use Seaborne airlines to get across.

via St. Martin 

St. Martin (SXM) is a major destination for many European carriers.  FLY BVI can take you from St. Martin to Virgin Gorda.

Airport Pick-up:

Upon arrival at your port of entry on Virgin Gorda, you will be met by our onsite manager, Heather, along with your car rental company and you will be guided to the villa.

Bedrooms: 4 with air-conditioning & complimentary safe in each room.

Bathrooms: 4, with 2 of the bathrooms including outdoor glass-block showers.

Kitchen: Stove, double oven microwave, fridge with ice-maker, dishwasher, silverware, plates, all the basic supplies for cooking or food preparation.

BBQ: Gas grill.

Private pool: Yes.

Beach gear: Fresh beach towels daily, plus beach chairs and a portable cooler.

Maid service: Six days per week, Monday to Saturday.

Wi-fi: Yes.

TV: Satellite television including ESPN, HBO, NBA Ticket.

Entertainment: Board games, a selection of books, Mahoe Bay tennis courts.

Port of entry pick-up: Meet & greet at airport with keys and car rental.

Concierge: services are available upon request, including:

  • Kitchen pre-stocked for your arrival
  • Private chef
  • Babysitting
  • Spa treatments
  • Restaurant reservations
  • Boat, snorkeling & scuba excursions

Virgin Gorda is a safe and quiet island with a welcoming community and all basic necessities, including:

Hospitals: Virgin Gorda has a medical clinic that will help with minor incidences, allergies and prescription re-fills. For more serious incidences, Road Town, Tortola, the main BVI island, has Peebles Hospital as well as numerous clinics.

Banks, ATM + Currency: The official currency of the British Virgin Islands is the United States dollar (US$). Credit and debit cards are accepted in all restaurants however cash is also appreciated, especially for tips. If you forget to bring cash with you, the island has a bank and an ATM machine.

Fire Department: Virgin Gorda Fire & Rescue Service

Water safety: Many locals and tourists drink the local tap water with no harmful effects. Of course, bottled water is readily available at the grocery stores.


Virgin Gorda has a wide variety of restaurants and bars on the island ranging from Japanese fusion to local Caribbean cuisine. Some of our family’s favourites are:


Hog’s Heaven | 284-547-5964
Top of the Baths | 284-495-5497
The Village Café and Restaurant | 284-545-0283
Mad Dog (Located near The Baths in The Valley)
Sugarcane Restaurant | 284-495-5455
Spanish Town Café | 284-542-8188
Jumbies Beach Bar / The Cove | 284-340-3005
Oil Nut Bay Beach Club Restaurant | 284-393-1000

Sunday Brunch:

Sugarcane Restaurant | 284-495-5455

  • Every Sunday, starting Dec. 5, 2021, 12pm until  3:30pm
  • Buffet brunch – $45, with Prosecco – $65
  • Children under 12 -$20.


The Restaurant at Leverick Bay | 284-346-7241
Coco Maya | 284-495-6344
Bath n Turtle/Chez Bamboo | 284-545-1861
Fischers Cove Restaurant | 284-495-5253
Mermaids and Pirates | 284-345-1728
Sugarcane Restaurant | 284-495-5455

Drinks & Entertainment:

Bath n Turtle/Chez Bamboo | 284-545-1861
Jumbies Beach Bar / The Cove | 284-340-3005
Sugarcane Restaurant | 284-541-6677
The Restaurant at Leverick Bay | 284-346-7241

Grocery Stores

Grocery: Buck’s Food Market, Rosy’s Supermarket, Riteway Food Market, SupaValu, Chef’s Pantry

Bakery: L.S.L Bakery | 284-340-5151

Virgin Gorda is the ideal retreat for those looking for a quiet vacation away from over-urbanized islands that cater to cruise ships.

Fitness & Sports:

Yoga, snorkeling, running, hiking, SUP (stand-up paddle boarding), cycling – there is plenty to do on the island and we would be happy to help with finding your ideal sporty way to enjoy Villa ValMarc.

Also, visit VG Fitness Facebook Page

For watersports, here are some of our families favourites:

Sunchaser Scuba | 284-344-2766
Dive BVI | 284-495-7328/5513
Blue Rush Water Sports & Jet Ski Rentals | 284-499-7515

Explore the Island:

Virgin Gorda has plenty of outdoor adventures for you to explore including: The Baths, Spring Bay National Park, Savannah Bay, Gorda Peak National Park, The Copper Mine, and North Sound.


If you’re in the mood to explore ocean ruins or surrounding islands, boat charters are available for groups small and large. Here are a couple of the best options Virgin Gorda has to offer:

Sea It Clear Tours | Gumption Necker Island Wildlife Tours
B&B Charters and Rentals | 284-345-3941 OR 284-343-3605

The best time to visit

All year around! The most popular season runs from December to April, since it is the least rainy period of the year. January through end of March are the driest months and the least hot of all.

In summer, June and July are generally less rainy than August and September, they also have a lower risk of tropical storms and hurricanes, which are most likely to threaten between August and October.

Tropical Climate

The sun shines all year round! The climate is typically hot throughout the year with a more pleasant period from December to March, when the daily average temperature is around 24°C (75°F), and a hotter and sultry period from May to October, when the daily average is around 28 °C (82°F).

Sea temperature

The sea is pleasant and warm to swim in all year round, being about 26 °C (79 °F) from January to April and about 29 °C (84 °F) in September and October.


January to April is a relatively dry season and a rainy season from May to December. The least rainy months, when precipitation doesn’t go above 50 millimetres (2 inches) per month, are February and March.

In April and May, there is an increase in rainfall, although there is often a relative decrease in June and July, followed by a recovery from August to November. Generally, the rainiest period is from September to November.

Note: it’s not unusual to see a report that there are showers predicted for each day of your stay.  Do not be alarmed. Typically there will be showers somewhere in the BVI sometime during the day, but the islands are all semi-arid and the chances of prolonged rain lasting more than ten minutes is quite remote.  Just in case, be sure to ask about our exclusive Villa ValMarc rain guarantee when you book. 😉

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