The British Virgin Islands are part of a volcanic archipelago in the Caribbean Sea, where the flag of the British overseas territories waves. Composed of 4 main islands and 8 minor islands, the BVI are famous for their white beaches, rum-based aperitifs in the shadow of the palm trees, and a constant wind. The biggest island, Tortola, which is home to the capital, and Nanny Cay are both perfect starting points for a sailing trip. Mandatory stops during your one-week tour are Virgin Gorda, where you can stop for a dive at The Baths, Jost Van Dyke to enjoy a nice aperitif at sunset, Anegada, famous for its long white beaches and pink flamingos, as well as the little Norman Island and Peter Island for an afternoon dedicated to snorkeling on the coral reef. 

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