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Welcome to Mayreau on the Paradise Islands website. Mayreau is the smallest inhabited island in the Grenadines with just two hundred and fifty residents; the island is around one and half miles long and located midway between it's larger neighbours of Canouan and Union islands. Mayreau

Mayreau island aerial photo

Mayreau Beach - Saltwhistle Bay

Mayreau island church

 

Mayreau has no airstrip, so visitors arrive by boat after picking up a local internal flight to either Canouan or Union island. Boats land at the jetty in Saline Bay where there is a path to the Village.

Local Boy

Saltwhistle Bay

Local boy

Saltwhistle Bay

 
The island village has a few bars, restaurants &  a small stone church. From the little Catholic church visitors have fantastic views over the neighbouring islands including the picturesque Tobago Cays islands.

Restaurant Owner

Mayreau Beach

Local restaurant owner

Mayreau beach scene

Mayreau has several long sandy beaches, the best of which is Saltwhistle. The other beaches are Saline, Windward and Upper bays. Visitors can also visit the Salt Pond. See our island map.
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Grenadines
Quick Facts


Capital

Kingstown
(St Vincent)

Main Airport
Argyle
International

Main Port
Kingstown
(St Vincent)

Language
English

Currency
Eastern
Caribbean
Dollar

Government
Independent

Island Size
1 Square Mile

Population
250

 

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