28. September 2011 23:28
Many of the Caribbean islands have become progressively overcrowded as cheaper airfares make the destination more accessible to holidaymakers. However, this is not the case everywhere. St Vincent and the Grenadines has been left unspoilt by recent developments in the area, ensuring the idyllic beauty of the Caribbean investment properties which adorn the island.
St Vincent and the Grenadines is a world away from its neighbouring island Barbados, which is awash with celebrities and holiday makers wanting to see and be seen. The pristine wilderness of St Vincent and the Grenadines offers a pristine alternative, with some of the most exquisite beaches you could wish to visit.
For exactly the above reason it would seem the presence of Caribbean investment properties on the island would not sit at all well. However, it is difficult not to succumb to the charms of these sympathetically designed, luxury homes.
The five-star Harlequin resort of Buccament Bay provides everything a discerning owner of Caribbean investment properties could wish for. With facilities aplenty, even if the rain shows it face (it is a tropical island after all) you will still be awash with a range of ways to spend your time. The resort’s spa centre is one such example. Spend an hour in the careful hands of the aromatherapy masseuse and you will be ready to greet the sunshine when you re-emerge, suitably relaxed, all set for a cocktail on the beach.
These Caribbean investment properties also benefit from unique access to a range of high class sports facilities. Gary Player has added his own touch to the resort, with a personally designed golf course which makes the most of the island’s stunning scenery.
A Liverpool Football Club academy makes Caribbean investment properties the perfect retreat for those of you who cannot bear to be away from the beautiful game. For the incurable fanatic the opportunity to train with ex-professionals will be too hard to pass up.
There is also the striking La Soufiere, the islands very own active volcano. A walk to the top up bamboo staircases and across fossilised lava flows is something all owners of Caribbean investment properties should experience, as long as you leave enough energy in reserve for the trip back down again!
If you’re looking to make your pension really work for you then SIPP complaint Caribbean investment properties offer the chance for a return on investment you will find it almost impossible to match. Browse our site and take a good look at the exclusive Caribbean investment properties on offer. Then call 02920 695936.