Antigua

Beaches

Long Bay Beach

Long Bay Beach offers fine white sand and crystal blue waters, making it a great place for snorkelling or just relaxing in the sun.

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Jolly Beach

With plenty of restaurants, watersports, and shopping amenities nearby, it’s a great place to spend a day, or your entire holiday on Antigua.

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Jolly Beach

Jabberwock Beach

With the help of concerned visitors, it has been revitalised over the years and now offers a beach perfect for both body and wind surfing.…

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Hermitage Bay

This secluded beach stretches for over 1,250 feet and is located at the extreme western end of Antigua.

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Hermitage Bay

Morris Bay Beach

Simply pull off the road into the grove of coconut palms at the back of the beach. You’ll always find some friendly animals grazing here.…

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Mosquito Cove Beach

With one of the most impressive vistas of any beach the sea is seemingly framed by two tamarind trees. There is some quite rugged terrain…

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Valley Church Beach

The sea nestles along the beach, offering some wondrous marine life to go and explore when the sun gets too much. Enjoy snorkelling amongst relative…

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Valley Church Beach

Turners Beach

It welcomes you with inviting, cooling breezes to battle the Antiguan sunshine and offers calm, blue ocean to relax and recharge in. When you are…

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Turners Beach

Pigeon’s Point Beach

Pigeon’s Point beach is a favourite spot for the local community as well as visitors, Pigeon’s Point beach also is a fun place for snorkelling.

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Half Moon Bay Beach

On the weekends it can get busier but you can still enjoy the tranquil, reef enclosed, sea from some of the tropical foliage that lends…

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Half Moon Bay Beach

Deep Bay

The widely turquoise bay is surrounded by beautiful undulating slopes, and the iconic Fort Barrington which can be accessed by a short 10 minute trail. It…

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Deep Bay

Darkwood Beach

Darkwood offers some of the most iridescent seas and white beaches on the island, set on a backdrop of hilltops and tropical forestry; the views…

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Darkwood Beach

Carlisle Beach

The water here in fact is so clear that it makes it a haven for divers and snorkelers alike. It is one of the less…

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Dickenson Bay

The most developed beach on the island with hotels restaurants and water sports facilities. It is a popular meeting place. The shallow calm waters and…

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Dickenson Bay

Ffryes Beach

Ffryes Beach located on the south-western coast, comprised of Big Ffryes Beach and Little Ffryes Beach it’s good for relaxing. Dennis Restaurant and Sheer Rocks…

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Ffryes Beach

Galley Bay Beach

Galley Bay Beach boasts white sand beaches and crystal clear blue waters. If you are fortunate during your visit you may even witness the hatching…

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Galley Bay Beach

Galleon Beach

Although it is one of the trickier beaches to get to and can only be accessed by car from English Harbour, or more exotically, via…

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Fort James Beach

Fort James Beach is also a popular spot for cruise ship visitors, as it’s only a 5-10 minutes drive from the St.John’s cruise ship dock.

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Fort James Beach

Buccaneer Cove Beach

For those with a more adventurous side why not try your hand at windsurfing, the enticing breeze and shallow waters provide the perfect settings.

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