Antigua, Sun , Sea and Sand

3 reasons why, you should, visit Antigua

First Reason

Beauiful Beaches

365 amazing beaches to navigate and explore

Second Reason

Lovely Climate

Experience the hot sun with a constant refreshing cool breeze

Third Reason

Wonderful People

Very friendly, peaceful and hospitable Islanders

Current Climate conditions in Antigua

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40°
Cloudy
07:1116:28 EST
Feels like: 35°F
Wind: 8mph W
Humidity: 55%
Pressure: 30.13"Hg
UV index: 0
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42/34°F
40/39°F
51/46°F

Main Attractions

Shirley Heights

Shirley Heights is the the place to be as the sun slowly sinks below the horizon. Celebrate during the most dramatic sunset in Antigua and the brightest moonlt nights. Shirley Heights also offers fantastic panoramic views of Antigua that makes it a must for the best photo opportunities. Once the sun has gone down, socialize and dance to the Steel band’s pulsating Caribbean rhythms as you make new friends with both locals and visitors. Food and drinks are available for purchase on site. Shirley Heights also offers fantastic panoramic views of Antigua that makes it a must for the best photo opportunities. 

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Nelson's Dockyard

Today, Nelson’s Dockyard provides many sites and activities for visitors to explore and enjoy. The Dockyard Museum, located in the former Admiral’s House, presents visitors with exhibits regarding the Dockyard’s history and current archaeological research on the island. The Copper and Lumber Store Hotel offers five-star accommodations and is a magnificent venue for special occasions. Businesses including gift shops, art galleries, and restaurants also reside in the Dockyard and demonstrate how the park preserves the area’s unique cultural heritage while meeting modern needs.”

Devil's Bridge

Devil’s Bridge is composed of limestone rock, with a rugged terrain a result of millions of years of ancient reef formation. For many years, waves from the Atlantic have crashed into the east coast of Antigua creating a natural arch, or bridge. Numerous geysers and blowholes surround the arch as waves continually break against the coastal rocks. Composed of limestone rock, the rugged terrain of Devil’s Bridge is the result of millions of years of ancient reef formation. For hundreds of thousands of years, the Atlantic’s waves have crashed into the east coast of Antigua creating a natural arch, or bridge. Numerous geysers and blowholes surround the arch as waves continually break against the coastal rocks.

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