• Jolly Beach

    Jolly Beach sits on one of the most gorgeous and popular beaches in the Caribbean. Long, curving, white sand, azure water, with beachfront food, drink and sports available.  Stand on the shore and look right to the perfectly framed hills and blue sky, or to the left down the beach to read more

  • Jabberwock Beach

    Jabberwock beach is on the northern side of Antigua and whilst not the most beautiful stretch of beach on the island, it still has its appeal. The beach is fairly long and has some strong breezes, which makes it ideal for sailing, windsurfing and kite surfing, for which it is read more

  • Hawksbill Beaches

    If you are looking at all-inclusive hotels in Antigua, searching for a special Caribbean hideaway, then Hawksbill by Rex Resorts is the hotel for you. Set on 37 acres of landscaped tropical gardens directly at the beach, Hawksbill by Rex Resorts is one of those Antigua hotels that you’ll never want to read more

  • Half Moon Beach

    On the southeast coast lies one of the greatest beaches in the entire Caribbean. Half Moon Bay has been voted one of the top 10 Caribbean Beaches by nearly every travelers’ magazine and website.  Half Moon Bay lies near the village of Freetown, and offers something for everyone. The middle read more

  • Ffryes Beach

    Ffryes Beach is easily accessible by car or bike; parking is available right off the road.  The beach is composed of fine white sand and small waves, making it ideal for families with small children.  The water is crystal-clear, and you won’t find any crowds to contend with.  Sunsets here read more

  • Dickenson Bay

    Dickenson Bay is on the north side of the island.  Its sugar-soft beach makes it one of the most popular destinations in Antigua.   It’s perfect for those with small children, kitesurfers, snorklers, and those wishing to relax on a beautiful beach yet still have access to its resorts, watersports  and beach read more

  • Deep Bay

    Deep Bay is a gorgeous, curved beach that lies just a few minutes from St. John’s. This beach is a favorite of travelers who return again and again to Antigua. It’s perfect for long walks, sunbathing, and is very popular with snorkelers. A three-masted barque named The Andes sank in read more

  • Darkwood Beach

    Just a few minutes’ drive past Jolly Harbour you will find Darkwood Beach. This long stretch of picturesque sand is one of the favorite snorkeling spots on the island. Darkwood is never crowded; in fact many days find it almost deserted. With a beachside bar/restaurant, it’s a great spot for read more

  • Crabbe Hill Beach (Turners)

    On the southwest coast you’ll find Crabbe Hill Beach. This is truly one of the loveliest beaches on the island, and boasts one of the best spots to relax and enjoy the trade winds: Jacqui O’s Love Beach.  Reclining in the pods on the beach, watching the smoke rise from read more

  • Valley Church Bay

    A short distance past Jolly Harbour Resort you will find a nearly deserted beach with soft white powder sand. Valley Church Beach has some of the calmest waters on the island, making it ideal for small children. Turners Beach Bar and Restaurant is located right on the beach, with the 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

  • Darkwood Beach

    Just a few minutes’ drive past Jolly Harbour you will find Darkwood Beach. This long stretch of picturesque sand is one of the favorite snorkeling spots on the island. Darkwood is never crowded; in fact many days find it almost deserted. With a beachside bar/restaurant, it’s a great spot for read more

  • Crabbe Hill Bay

    On the southwest coast you’ll find Crabbe Hill Beach. This is truly one of the loveliest beaches on the island, and boasts one of the best spots to relax and enjoy the trade winds: Jacqui O’s Love Beach. Reclining in the pods on the beach, watching the smoke rise from read more

  • Shirley Heights

    Shirley Heights boasts the best views in all of Antigua.  This mountain top took its name from General Shirley, Governor of all the Leeward Islands in the late 1700s.  From your perch high above Falmouth and English Harbours you’ll see the boats moored at anchor, the blue sea framed by read more

  • Rendezvous Bay

    Rendezvous Bay is one of the most gorgeous spots on Antigua.  They say nothing worth having is easy to get, and this beach proves it.  It’s a 30-to-40 minute walk to get there, but well worth the trip.  The beach is secluded and thus extremely uncrowded, so bring your own read more

  • Nelson’s Dockyard at English Harbour

    Nelson’s Dockyard has been classified as a cultural heritage site, located at the extreme southern end of the island. The dockyard and marina sit in English Harbour and are part of Nelson’s Dockyard National Park, one of the most popular tourist attractions on the island.  This 14-acre site is perfect for 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

  • Carlisle Bay

    Carlisle Bay is a gorgeous stretch of beach on the southern side of Antigua.  Hosting the fabulous resort called Carlisle Bay Resort and Blue Spa, as well as several beachfront restaurants and bars, you won’t go hungry or thirsty on this beach. Carlisle Bay beach is seldom crowded, and the read more