The private property of an American philanthropist, this “pirate island” is brimming with stories of adventure. It is said that pirates used to come here to hide their loot, that a fisherman found treasure deep in a cave here and that it is where Robert Louis Stevenson found the inspiration to write his famous novel. Today, the island is very popular for its snorkelling and diving spots. You will be able to explore the caves of Treasure Point, and kayak to Peter Island with a guide. With its numerous hiking paths, the island is also perfect for walking. Go up the hill to make the most of the incredible views over the Sir Francis Drake Channel. The large port offers passing ships substantial protection. The island is inhabited only by pelicans and wild goats, but you will be able to enjoy grilled fish, seafood and cocktails in one of the establishments on the beach.