• Temo Sports

    Temo Sports is located in Historic English Harbour overlooking Falmouth Harbour Marina.  The complex was opened in April 1987, and has been providing recreational facilities to visitors and residents since that time. These include two synthetic grass floodlit tennis courts and two glass backed international squash courts. After playing you read more

  • Ticchio Italian Food & Wine

    Ticchio is an authentic Italian bistro, market and deli set in the Woods Centre shopping mall on Friars Hill Road. Ticchio is bright, cheery, modern, and unique. Their food is Italian, freshly prepared, and authentic. Eat in their comfortable bistro or takeout. Their selection of fine Italian wines is amazing. read more

  • C&C WIne Bar

    A world-class wine bar/restaurant in the heart of St. John’s, featuring the wines of South Africa. C&C is a mandatory stop for anyone who loves great wine and great food, small plates as well as full portions. The wine selection is extensive, and the staff so helpful and knowledgeable regarding read more

  • The Larder

    The Larder is a unique retail store, catering to parties, yacht services, private aircraft, barbecues, beach picnics or any type of special event. The menu offers excellent Caribbean fare, huge selection of just-made sushi, and a fully-stocked deli.  Eat in or take-out.  The menu changes daily, and the pizza here gets excellent read more

  • Jolly Harbour

    Jolly Harbour is the number one destination in all of Antigua. It’s a gated community of over 500 villas on two fingers, North Finger and South Finger, that jut out into the harbour. Both fingers have beaches, one very private and uncrowded, the other larger, with a beachside bar and read more

  • English & Falmouth Harbour

    English Harbour and Falmouth Harbour are on the extreme south end of Antigua, and take their names from the natural deep water harbours found there.  The British Royal Navy used English Harbour as their base on the island starting in the 1700s, and the old battlements and fortifications can still read more

  • St. Johns Harbour

    St. John’s Harbour is the beating heart of this bustling city. Cruise ships sail right up to the docks at Heritage Quay or Redcliffe Quay, and disembarking passengers find myriad shops, restaurants, bistros, bars and cafes ready to accommodate them. Taxi drivers stand ready to whisk their guests around the read more