The decadence of Antigua stems from English roots blended with cool island vibes. Antigua was one of the most important British colonies in the Caribbean. This magnificent coral-ringed island has since become a much-loved destination where travelers often return for its natural beauty.
Antigua is the island of 365 beaches – a beach for every day of the year. Antigua Vacations secluded white beaches beckon you, whether you’re snorkeling, waterskiing, sailing or just soaking up the sun.
This fascinating island with a rich history and stunning beaches offers so many highlights you can’t afford to miss during your Antigua Vacations. From Betty’s Hope, a historic sugar mill dating back to 1651 to Devil’s Bridge, a natural rock arch with blowholes spouting water and Stingray City, where you arrive by boat to hand feed and swim with friendly stingrays. Not to be missed is the restaurant atop Shiley Heights Lookout, with a weekly Sunday evening party, steel band and Caribbean barbeque … popular with both locals and visitors.
Antigua bares its soul by revealing everything from charming, historic towns to hip, high-end restaurants. History is a major part of the culture of Antigua. In fact, there’s an entire district dedicated to just that at Nelson’s Dockyard National Park. Plus, you’ll be treated to the sights of candy-colored villages, endless coastlines and reef-filled waters. This unique mix creates an island full of blissful beaches, invigorating activities and intriguing culture.