Anegada is completely different from all the other British Virgin Islands in that this coral island's highest point is only 10m (30ft) above sea level, in fact the whole island looks just like a giant beach. The surrounding reef is a popular diving area and wide exposure to the wind probably makes it better for sailboarding. Another option on the island is Loblolly, which is usually onshore since it faces east, but it picks up a maximum of swell. This spot is very remote and it's a long paddle to the peak. On a windless day, there will be a long, relaxed left and a much more intense and hollow right.
Take care - sharks, rips and sharp coral abound.