Union Island is the largest of the Grenadines belonging to St. Vincent and the Grenadines, and the informal center of the southern part of the country. Island used to be a station for smuggled things because the forces of the order at that time found it difficult and slow to reach the island. Today's island is an oasis of true Caribbean spirit, not overly changed by tourism. Here you can find a real fishing village, a real plantation, etc. Today there is an airport, a yacht port, and ferries. If you are a beach lover, be sure to visit Chatham Bay Beach and Big Sand Beach.