Inside the caves
British Virgin Islands
Large, house-size boulders form luminous grottos filled with magnificent sea pools, lit by filtered sunshine. These giant boulders, caused by volcanic eruption, are strewn up and down this quiet cove.
Photo: Richard Spenceley
postmarked in 2008 with a British Virgin Islands 'World Cup Champion' stamp
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At "The Baths", the beach shows evidence of the island's volcanic origins, which deposited granite that eroded into piles of boulders on the beach. The boulders form natural tidal pools, tunnels, arches and scenic grottoes that are open to the sea. The largest boulders are about 40 feet (12 m) long.
We have been here with a tour and the guides said many model shoots for magazines are done there because it is so beautiful. I believe it! It is an amazing place.