Head for the beach and an early morning swim with the turtles, then pick up a smoothie from the Beach Café on your way back. If you have the energy there is even a sunrise yoga session.
Picnics are the ‘must do’ thing on the island; ask your house butler to have a picnic packed (the majority of picnic sites dotted around the island have barbecue grills), jump in the mule and head to Macaroni Beach for a lazy day of surfing and body boarding, or choose the quieter waters of Gellinceaux, Lagoon or Endeavour for paddleboarding and snorkelling.
Sign the children up for Pony Camp (pre-booking essential).
And sign yourself up for some spa pampering with bespoke treatments and massages designed by Bamford.
On Tuesday evenings glam up for the weekly cocktail party at the Cotton House.
And Happy Hour at the Beach Café on Friday night.
Watch out for open-air cinema evenings. There are kids editions too.
Stop off for a spot of retail therapy in the Pink House; everything you need for beach living.
Get dancin’ at Jump Up Wednesdays down at Basil’s Bar, where there’s dinner and live music. Equally, don’t miss Basil’s Sunset Sunday Sessions.
For romance, take a midnight swim beneath the stars at the Cotton House jetty.