Known for its endless white sandy beaches and salt ponds that host a growing flock of pink flamingoes, Anegada is a tourist's delight. Rare indigenous iguanas are nurtured by the National Parks Trust and released in the wild, and many rare types of plant life are also found on this unique place.
Sandy roads, with a few paved stretches, link the beaches and the villas on the north side . Setting Point is the main harbour where both ferries and yachts arrive in a quiet cove lined with seafood restaurants. Accessible also by a small airport, this little gem of "Nature's Little Secrets" continues to be a quiet and beautiful get-away spot.