You may never see another soul at this pricey 18-acre resort, a former coconut plantation, if you choose not to (there isn’t even maid service unless you ask for it). The whitewashed units, from cozy cottages to three-bedroom houses, come with fully equipped kitchens and rustic-contemporary decor. Most have washers and dryers, and all have CD and DVD players; ask when you book. The real reason to come here is to relax on a beaut of a thousand-foot beach (one of the only real beaches hereabouts). You’ll also find a great pool, a hard tennis court, and a few kayaks and sailboards, but no motorized water vehicles. There’s also no room service or restaurant, but Morada Bay and Pierre’s across the street are excellent. This is a place for people who like each other a lot. And best leave the kids at home unless they’re really well behaved and not easily bored.