Vacationing in Mustique
A remote enclave in the Grenadine islands, Mustique is a sophisticated retreat for those seeking total relaxation and privacy. The island was a sugar plantation when Lord Glenconner purchased it in 1958; In 1960, Princess Margaret received a ten-acre plot from him as a wedding gift.
This land was developed into the renowned "Les Jolie Eaux" estate, and the island began its tenure as a hideaway for the celebrated and successful. Today, those vacationing in Mustique come to value their privacy and space above else, without the clamor of tourism.
Bring a stack of books and a hat to quietly enjoy the crisp white sands at beaches like L'Ansecoy Bay, or body surf at Macaroni Bay. Golfing, horseback riding and day sails are a part of the island's offerings, as are an active tennis club, a wellness center, and organized activities for kids.