Regatta Point Pool

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Bolongo Bay Beach
- Regatta Point, St. Thomas USVI


Regatta Point Villas is only steps from the beautiful Bolongo Bay Beach on Colulus Point on the East end of St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands. Bolongo Bay Beach is often quiet and offers a relaxing day with palm fronds and coconut trees lining the beach.

Three great restaurants are located on Bolongo Bay Beach: Iggie’s Caribbean Beach Bar & Restaurant, Mim’s Seaside Bistro and The Lobster Grill Restaurant.

The water is typically calm and snorkeling can be enjoyed around the rocks here. There are some areas that are rocky, particularly on the right side; these rocky spots are easily observed from the shore. A water sports concession stand offers kayaks, water bikes and other water accessories.

See Photos of Bonongo Bay Learn More About Our Beaches!

St. Thomas & St. John is known for warm crystal clear turquoise waters and bright white powdered sand.

The Virgin Islands have some of the most beautiful beaches in the entire Caribbean. Along with Bolongo Bay, here are 3 more of the very best.


Coki Beach St. Thomas

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Coki Beach

Coki is a small yet extremely beautiful beach located on Coki Point. The beach often described as "open water aquarium " for its abundance of fish, the crystal clear water is usually very calm and deepens gradually. Natural shade is limited, however umbrellas are available for rent. A close to shore coral reef offers great snorkeling. Coki Beach is located right next to Coral World Marine Park.

A favorite with visitors and island tours, the beach may get crowded when multiple cruise ships are in port. Coki is equally popular with residents so its common to find a crowd on Sundays and holidays.

Coral World at Coki Beach

Coki Beach St. Thomas

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Magens Bay

Magens Bay located on the North side of St. Thomas is recognized by National Geographic as one of the 10 most beautiful beaches in the world!

This beach offers full services, including restrooms and changing stalls, lifeguards on duty, managed taxi and food concessions and more. It is the only beach on St. Thomas that has an entry fee. These funds are used to maintain the facilities and the beach.

World-class, white sandy beach with facilities for private gatherings make Magens Bay a longtime favorite for visitors and residents.

More info about Magens Bay

Coki Beach St. Thomas

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Trunk Bay

Trunk Bay located on the island of St. John. Crystal clear waters and powdery white sand makes picturesque Trunk Bay one of the most popular beaches on St. John. In fact, Trunk Bay has been voted one of the most photogenic beaches in the Caribbean.

Trunk Bay is part of the United States National Park and is the only beach on St. John that has a small admission fee of about $5. Fee is collected from 8am to 4pm. You can rent snorkel gear on the beach. Lifeguards are on duty daily. A taxi to Red Hook in St. Thomas and a ferry boat to Cruz Bay St. John will get you to this beautiful Caribbean beach.

More info about Trunk Bay

Three Restaurants located just steps from Regatta Point Villas

Ocean views, fresh seafood and live music. Take a look at some of the Caribbean's world-class restaurants.


Iggies St. Thomas

Iggie's Beach Bar & Grill

Located a few feet from the water’s edge at Bolongo Bay, Iggies Beach Bar & Grill is an island hot-spot both day and night. Iggies is the only place on St. Thomas where you’ll find live entertainment 365 days a year. You might be here for one of their famous “Bands in the Sand” concerts, or some other special event such as their Super Bowl Tailgate Party or weekly Carnival Extravaganza. What ever the reason, good times are waiting for you at Iggies Beach Bar.

Caribbean Travel & Life voted Iggies the “Best Beach Bar” two times.

Grab a barstool, breathe in the fresh ocean air, meet locals, mingle with visitors, order a bucket of VooDoo juice and let the good times begin!


Visit Iggies Website

Coki Beach St. Thomas

Mim's Seaside Bistro

Mim’s Seaside Bistro is a beautiful oceanfront restaurant in Bolongo Bay St. Thomas that specializes in fresh seafood dishes.

Award-winning chef of 22 years, Jerry Simon specializes in coconut curry lobster, baked stuffed lobster, conch fritters and king crab legs. Once you taste the food, you'll agree that Mim’s is a little slice of heaven for seafood lovers!

For over two decades, Mim’s has delighted guests with a blue ribbon menu and romantic seaside ambience.

Mim's Restaurant has consistently been serving delicious quality food at sensible prices in a friendly atmosphere.


Visit Mim's Website

Coki Beach St. Thomas

The Lobster Grille Restaurant

The Lobster Grille provides a relaxing atmosphere for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The two-story, open-air restaurant edges our beachfront pool at Bolongo Bay and offers beautiful ocean views.

The Lobster Grille is known for Bananas Foster Pancakes, or fresh-baked banana mango nut bread, lobster flatbread pizza

At night, dine on one of our restaurant’s famous fresh Caribbean lobster dishes – stuffed with crab, baked, seasoned and grilled, sautéed over pasta and more.

Make sure to save room for a Bushwacker, which is the famous blended dessert drink with a kick and served in a coconut mug.


The Lobster Grille's Website

Tips and helpful information for traveling to and from the USVI...


There is only one major airport into St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands - the Cyril E. King Airport. Non-stop and connecting service from the US mainland to St. Thomas are available. Most flights make connections in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Flights on inter-island carriers can be made from San Juan to St. Thomas.

When traveling to the U.S. Virgin Islands, U.S. citizens enjoy all the conveniences of domestic travel – including on-line check-in – making travel to the U.S. Virgin Islands easier than ever. As a United States Territory, travel to the U.S. Virgin Islands does not require a passport for U.S. citizens arriving from Puerto Rico or the U.S. mainland. Entry requirements for non-U.S. citizens are the same as for entering the United States from any foreign destination. Upon departure, a passport is required for all but U.S. citizens.


DUTY-FREE ALLOWANCE: Each U.S. resident, including children, can take home $1600 worth of duty free goods bought in the US Virgin Islands.

More Travel Tips

Here are some ideas for your stay on St. Thomas

Shopping, Dining, Sight-Seeing, Swimming... There's so much to do!


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St. Thomas Taxis

Taxis are a popular transportation choice for visitors to St. Thomas. While there isn’t a standard type of taxi vehicle, the most popular are vans, open air safaris and SUV/cars.

Taxis on St. Thomas are not metered; rates are per person and per destination and are set by the VI Taxicab Division and are posted near the taxi stand.

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Getting to St. John & Water Island

St. John is just a 15 boat ride from St. Thomas. Neither St. John nor Water Island have airports. The nearest airport is on St. Thomas. To visit these islands from the US mainland one must fly to St. Thomas then take a taxi to the ferry dock and take a ferry boat to the final destination.

Regular, reliable, inexpensive Ferry Service is available to St. John from St. Thomas.

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St. Thomas Car Rentals

Renting a car is the best way to see the whole island at your own pace. St. Thomas has several different rental agencies to choose from and are located at the airport, in Charlotte Amalie, at large hotels and in walking distance from the main cruise ship dock in Havensight.

Car rental prices may change In-Season vs. Off-Season.

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Duty-Free Shopping

St. Thomas is home to world renowned duty-free shopping!

Hundreds of duty free shops line the streets of Charlotte Amalie, Crown Bay, and Havensight, St. Thomas. This duty-free allowance is double the $800 limit from other islands. There are smaller malls around the island and even the larger hotels offer shopping.

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Scuba Diving & Snorkeling

The underwater world in the Virgin Islands is stunning and truly amazing!

Explore corals and gorgonian forest of sea fans and sea whips. Dive around caves, explore sunken boat wrecks or take a night dive and explore the fantastic world of nocturnal marine life! Swim among turtles, bright parrotfish, blue tangs, french angels and so much more.

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Sight-Seeing

St. Thomas is mountainous and offers beautiful views. The most popular lookouts are Drakes Seat and Skyline Drive Overlook. Drake’s Seat was built in 1933 by Arthur Fairchild. In those days navigating the hills of St. Thomas involved traveling by horseback or on foot. He thought the spot where he put Drake’s Seat was a nice place for a rest. You too can take a break and enjoy the fabulous view from the famous seat!

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Regatta Point Villas have not only beautiful white sand beaches we also offer plenty of amenities! They include pools, tennis courts, community & fitness center, watersports, restaurants, beach bars and shopping. All conveniently located steps from our villas!

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