Antigua has a rich history to be explored.
Start in St. John's, where the Museum of Antigua & Barbuda is
housed; in the old Court House, at the corner of Long and Market Streets.
The National Parks of
Antigua covers only about 12 square miles from Mamora Bay to Carlisle Bay, but in them
lie a great deal of Antigua's history and some of its most beautiful coastline.
If you're looking for a place of worship or a group of like-minded people during your stay
in Antigua, the island has a wide variety of churches and church groups to choose from.
Places of Interest:
Enjoy discovering some of the fascinating places of interest around Antigua.
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.
Married in Antigua:
If you're considering a wedding or renewing your vows in paradise, here are a few handy
facts about legal requirements for getting a marriage license in Antigua.
Things To See:
Antigua has a rich history to be explored. Start in St. John's, where the Museum of
Antigua & Barbuda is housed in the old Court House at the corner of Long and Market
Antigua & Barbuda Beaches:
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.
Catch up on what's happening in Antigua and the Caribbean.
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