Top things to do

Top Choice Beach in Charlotteville

Pirate’s Bay

Past Charlotteville's pier, a dirt track winds up and around the cliff to concrete steps that descend to Pirate’s Bay, which offers excellent snorkeling and fantastic beach liming, with locals and visitors making a …
Top Choice Caribbean in Charlotteville

Suckhole

Right on the beach, with tables overlooking Man of War Bay, this enigmatically named place is a great lunch option, serving up burgers and huge portions of fish, ribs, chicken and shrimp. Great service and a delicio…
Caribbean in Charlotteville

G’s

This hole-in-the-wall eatery has a breezy seaside patio for enjoying simple, inexpensive meals of fish or chicken and chips, and more elaborate plates with all the local trimmings. Blaring music at weekends from the…
Caribbean in Charlotteville

Gail’s

Located at the northern end of the waterfront, Gail’s serves up freshly caught fish with fantastic local side dishes, and adds in a local soup to start the meal. The welcome is always friendly, and it's a great spot…
Hill in Charlotteville

Flagstaff Hill

Reached via a signposted turnoff from the main road between Speyside and Charlotteville, Flagstaff Hill is a popular spot to picnic and watch the birds circling St Giles Island. The coastal views are stupendous.
Beach in Charlotteville

Man of War Bay

The large, horseshoe-shaped Man of War Bay is fringed by a palm-studded brown-sand beach with good swimming. Roughly in the middle of the beach, you’ll find changing facilities (TT$1) and the Suckhole beach bar, adj…
Caribbean in Charlotteville

Sharon & Pheb’s

Doing great things with fresh fish, shrimp, beef, chicken and vegetables, chef Sharon cooks up delicious local cuisine, served up at tables on a covered veranda overlooking the town. Often open when other places are…
Fort in Charlotteville

Fort Campbleton

Within walking distance of Charlotteville village, the site of the old Fort Campbleton, on the west side of Man of War Bay, offers a good coastal view amid landscaped grounds, with a cannon pointed out to sea.