• 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

  • Runaway Bay

    Located in Runaway Bay, just two miles north-northwest of downtown St. John’s, Runaway Beach is on the North West edge of Antigua. Runaway Beach is one of the most picturesque beaches in all of Antigua. With its gentle curving sand, gentle waves and tropical foliage going right down to the read more

  • Pillar Rock Bay

    Pillar Rock Bay is a compact beach located next to the Grand Royal Antiguan in St. John’s. It’s a picture-perfect spot for quiet relaxing and calming swims in the crystal-clear water. Bring your lunch and your water because there are no services at this beach.

  • Mercers Creek Bay

    Mercers Creek Bay (formerly Belfast Bay) is a large bay in the northeast of Antigua. The settlements of Willikies and Seaton’s lie close to the bay, which is protected from the Atlantic Ocean by a string of small islands, the largest of which is Crump Island.

  • Jabberwock Beach

    On the northeastern side of Antigua you will find Jabberwock Beach.  Kite surfing and wind surfing are popular activities on this beach, blessed with steady breezes year-round.  There are no resorts on this beach, making it ideal for long walks, or runs, on the peaceful white sand.  The water here read more

  • Bird Island

    Bird Island is a 20 acre islet lying almost three kilometers north-east of Antigua. Over 20,000 tourists visit Great Bird Island annually, who generally regard it as a “desert island” dream. Named by sailors who were amazed at the number of birds that they found living and nesting there, Great 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 read more