Capable of accommodating 50, Calivigny Island doesn’t do anything by half measures. The main residence, a cavernous mansion blending Balinese and French colonial style, offers ten panoramically framed suites, alongside opulent social spaces that include oversized rotunda and lavish marble terrace. The Overhang House, in similar Franco-Balinese style, houses nine suites – except here perched over the water with direct beach access. Intimately cosseting private bungalow cottages complete the picture, accommodations wise, but the island offers much more. Gourmet dining, big-screen cinema and a wealth of sporting options on-island complement the fleet of boats itching to take guests out to explore the nearby Grenadines, snorkel and scuba areas and deep sea fishing spots.