Man 'O' War Bay Charlotteville
Charlotteville today is a fishing village of around 2500 people. Its long village beach of soft creamy sand is backed by a few cottages and a few small shops and bars owned by villagers. A fifteen minute walk along a trail is Pirates’ Bay, one of the most beautiful beaches in Tobago, where there are no permanent buildings and no roads. In the village there are a few small food shops, some of the village houses have two or three guest rooms and there are several guesthouses.
There are a few simple restaurants. The fish market is run by a fishermen’s co-operative and is a bustling centre for an hour or two each afternoon. There are no hotels, no supermarkets, no smart restaurants and no trendy boutiques. Read More...
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