The brand new Sparrow’s Beach Club, located on Union Island in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, is not named after Captain Jack Sparrow, although I’m assuming a pirate would feel right at home lounging on one of the cushion-covered day beds that dot its property. Its name is, however, inspired by the name of its sponsor, Sparrow Rum, and would thus perk the interest of any rum swilling pirate and his/her mates. Not a pirate? No worries. Everyone is welcome to enjoy the white sandy beach and turquoise water which makes it the perfect place to relax and have a drink. Food is also available with different menus for lunch and dinner.
A special thanks to Jeremie Tronet at JT Pro Center for providing the images. Kitesurfing at Jeremie’s school and want to check out Sparrow’s? Jeremie and the staff offer day trips to the beach club and you can find the details here.
You can find out more about JT Pro Center at http://www.kitesurfgrenadines.com.
Links To People Who Know More Than I Do
Sea Sun Stories – It’s in Italian so you’ll have to find someone fluent to translate. That or use Google Translate (good luck with that).
About Sparrow’s Beach Club: “Sparrow’s Beach Club is the name inspired by our sponsor, Sparrow’s Rum. Sparrow’s Beach Club is a Seafood Restaurant and Bar on the beach, with private gazebos, beach chairs, fresh water showers, water sports and a massage and beauty center. All you need to spend a perfect day
After 15 years in the Grenadines on Union Island, operating in the tourism industry and five years in the real estate business, Having been in contact with a lot of tourists and potential investors, Bertrand Sailly realized the need to create a comfortable attractive place for visitors on the island to be entertained.
Bertrand eventually decided to develop the Big Sand beach in such a way that anyone going to visit the beach, or the Beach Club, will feel like they are at a home away from home.”
Sip some rum at Sparrow’s Beach Club
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