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Antigua possesses an astonishing 365 beaches – one for every day of the year! Whilst some are tiny, secluded coves, others stretch along an open expanse of white coastline. With so manyto choose from, you can be sure that the beaches will never be overcrowded and secluded stretches of sand are the norm.

For those who want to relax, a cruise along the stunning coastline in a catamaran stopping at a bay for snorkelling and lunch are on offer as well as day trips to neighbouring Barbuda.

If you seek something more from your holiday, then Antigua is rich in culture and history - famed for providing a safe haven for Nelson’s British naval fleet. Christopher Columbus found the islandin 1493 and the British arrived in 1632 and began developing sugar plantations. At Harmony Hall, you can visit an old sugar mill which has been converted into a complex housing an art gallerydisplaying paintings, photos and crafts by local artists.

A picture book tropical island with more beaches than you can imagine - all white sand touched by turquoise seas and lacy waves – this is the Caribbean as you imagine it.


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