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Anguilla is a small British dependency located at the northern end of the Leeward Islands in the Caribbean.
Christopher Columbus claimed discovery in 1493; the island became a British colony in 1650; and was governed as part of Saint Kitts, Nevis, Anguilla, from the early 18th Century.
Anguilla became a separate dependency with internal self-government following British intervention to quell two years of rebellion; formalised with the Anguilla Act of 1980.
Archaeological research reveals that the little Italian seaman, who felt like a Spaniard, didn't really discover the island at all.
Anguilla is a low-lying island, 16 miles long by three miles wide at its widest point.
Anguilla isn't very big but it has a lot of places of interest, few road names, and few signs.
Crocus Hill is the he highest point on Anguilla, at just 65 meters above sea level.
Anguilla heritage, and a look at the local lingo.
What to do when the sun goes down or you just want to get away from the beach.
Anguilla Maps and Travel Guides
Compare hotel prices in The Valley.
Map of The Valley
Some of Anguilla's beaches are quite an adventure to get to.
Blowing Point, Island Harbour, Sandy Ground, East End Village, West End Village.
Crocus Bay, Little Bay, Meads Bay, Rendezvous Bay, Sandy Hill Bay, Sandy Island, Scilly Cay, Scrub Island, Shoal Bay.
Getting to Anguilla, and other information for tourists.
True to British tradition, driving is on the left.
Travel safely with prior travel planning.
Prepare yourself with our essential travel tips and visitor guides from locals, other travellers, travel guide writers and bloggers.
Eating out in Anguilla.
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Where to stay on the island of Anguilla.
Most people visiting Anguilla will be looking for hotels in The Valley, the capital.
Popular Hotels in The Valley
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