Josiah Bay Plantation
British Virgin Islands, Tortola

The Josiah Bay Plantation is one of the attractions of the British Virgin Islands that well illustrates the colonial past of this region. This is one of the few surviving estates on the island of Tortola. The mansion and surrounding areas have recently been completely restored, so guests have the opportunity to plunge into the era of the 18-19th century. At that time, numerous sugar cane plantations flourished on the islands, of which only spacious meadows and a picturesque landscape now remain. The Josiah Bay plantation is owned by private owner Freddy Freeman, who has invested a lot of his own money and energy in rebuilding the estate. Now on the north coast of Tortola is a small art gallery of local authors. In this quiet and secluded place you can buy paintings, as well as personally meet the owner of the gallery and the creative bohemian island.

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