This popular Caribbean island has no less than a total of 365 beaches – one for every single day of the year. You can expect white sand beaches and practically guaranteed sunshine. The wriggling coastline is lined with coral reefs rich in underwater life that invites snorkellers and divers and a whole range of fascinating tours is on offer, from hiking and fishing to sailing and cruising.
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Take it easy on one of the many white sand beaches, enjoying the friendly local hospitality and the hypnotic local music. Indulge in a sundowner before treating yourself at one of the island’s fine restaurants where local specialties and international dishes can be found side by side. Exotic tropical fruit and freshly caught fish can be found on local menus, with cold beers, and international drinks and cocktails found at any bar.
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Accommodation is never far from the water, where balconies provide enchanting views out to sea. Choose from state of the art modern resorts or more intimate beach villas and bungalows. Luxurious extras can be anything from a private plunge pool for two to your very own helicopter pad.
Horatio Nelson once made his home on Antigua and there are reminders of this island’s fascinating naval history on almost every corner. Wander around the naval port of English Harbour, with its eateries and art shops forming an attractive and informative open-air museum. Take a day trip or even longer to Antigua’s little twin sister, the small but perfectly formed island of Barbuda, one of Princess Diana’s favourite haunts.