Barbuda, a flat coral island with wonderful pale pink beaches,
lies to the north of Antigua; the largest island.
Miles of secluded beaches, few roads, small number of inhabitants and
limited hotel rooms offer the visitor a rare sense of tranquillity in today's busy world.
Beaches of Antigua:
There are 365 beaches on Antigua, one for every day of the year. If you've only got a
fortnight, that leaves a lot of choice.
A full service dive store on the South Coast of Antigua. There are 20 beautiful sites
within three miles of the shop.
Snorkel off Cades Reef, swim in Bird Island's calm protected bays, or toast the Antiguan
sunset on board one of the Island's classiest catamarans.
With beachside locations and all-inclusive water sports, some resorts in Antigua seem like
Antigua Sailing and Yacht Charters:
Choose from classic and vintage yachts, traditional wooden boats and tall ships or luxury
classic boats for elegant yachting and cruising vacations. Find out more about these
uniquely different sailing holidays and the Antigua Classic Yacht Regatta.
Things to do in Antigua, away from the beach. Antigua has a rich history to be explored,
so don't miss out on some culture.
Travel Guides - Caribbean
If you find Travel Notes useful, please take a moment to like us on
Facebook and share with your friends on social media.