Some of Anguilla's beaches are quite an adventure to get to.
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Anguilla Beach Guide:
Anguilla News have gone to town on this one, there's more information here than there is
sand on the beach. With over 30 beaches to explore, not counting those on the offshore
cays and islands, you'll surely find an ideal one for you. Topless sunbathing is illegal
Some are quiet out of the way slips of sand surrounded by high cliff walls and pounding
surf while others are long sweeping ribbons dotted with pleasant hotels and restaurants.
All are quiet, uncrowded and very romantic. The official sites don't always do it best.
Anguillians call it Sombrero. Not Sombrero Island or Sombrero Cay - just Sombrero.
Sombrero is the northernmost islet in the Lesser Antilles. It is a 95 acre rock, one mile
long and a quarter mile wide, 38 miles from Anguilla and separated from the mainland by
the Dog and Prickly Pear Passage.
Maps of Anguilla:
Anguilla isn't very big (only 16 miles by 3 miles at the widest spot), but it has a lot of
places of interest, few road names, and few signs.
What to do when the sun goes down or you just want to get away from the beach.
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