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Bequia is a little gem in the necklace of islands called the Grenadines, which are the string of islands that stretch sixty miles between the islands of St Vincent and Grenada in the Caribbean. Bequia has all the charm and qualities of the old Caribbean.
Bequia has beautiful sandy beaches, lush green hillsides, attractive tiny villages, and hardly any traffic. Known for years by sailors, Bequia is now being discovered by travelers seeking a natural retreat in which to relax and unwind. It is a haven of unspoiled natural beauty. The locals here have always needed the sea to sustain them, whether as fishermen or lobster divers, merchant seamen or cargo ship crew. French settlers set up lime, indigo and sugar factories here. A treaty between the French and English in 1763 lead to Vincent and the Grenadines being designated British. The island began to cultivate cotton and sugar. In 1979 the State of St Vincent and the Grenadines achieved independence within the British Commonwealth.
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