Savannah Bay, Virgin Gorda, British Virgin Islands. The cove is a short drive from Spanish Town via a dirt road. Savannah is usually fairly quiet and peaceful with a long stretch of pure white sand joining up with Pond Bay. The cove faces north east so it has the advantage of plenty of shaded areas from overhanging trees.
As you stand on the beach and look out to sea, there is a reef to the left and a sand bar to the right which can cause a rip current under certain sea conditions which can dangerous for swimming. A fabulous beach, but don't swim alone.