365 beaches, one for each day of the year, with sand so pure it casts a pinkish hue and the clearest, aqua-blue waters imaginable, make Antigua one of the most priceless gems in the Caribbean. Antigua vacations full of natural splendor form the perfect setting for cosmopolitan pursuits. Try your luck at the tables in Antigua's world-class King's Casino or revel in the rich European culture that underlies the warm island beats.
- St. Johns
- Electric Current:
- Sandals Resorts:
- From Miami:
- 2h 15min
Sandals Grande Antigua Resort & Spa
Sandals Grande Antigua has earned the title of "The World's Most Romantic Resort." Filled with the authentic charm of the islands in its lush garden oasis known as The Caribbean Village... and resplendent with European grandeur amidst its palatial retreat known as The Mediterranean Village, this all-inclusive Antigua resort offers the best of two worlds on one idyllic island.
- Sandals Grande Antigua Resort & Spa
Two distinct resort experiences on Antigua's best beach.
Grand Pineapple Beach Antigua
The real Caribbean is waiting for you to experience its unhurried charm at Grand Pineapple Beach Antigua.
Antigua's Remarkable Natural Bounty
Imagine 365 beaches on an island whose dimensions span only 14 miles in length and 11 miles in width! It just goes to show you that you would be hard-pressed to experience Antigua vacations without finding your very own secluded piece of Paradise. From famous Dickenson Bay, site of Sandals' all-inclusive Antigua resort, to the hundreds of seldom-explored coves and white sand inlets that run the entire distance of Antigua's winding coastline, couples can find that perfect beach they have always dreamed about. So explore pristine hideaways, savor the indescribable turquoise waters, dig your feet into the silky sand and find that special spot of your very own in the sun.
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Antigua's Booming Present & Rich Past
Charming St. John, Antigua's capital city, bustles with a lively spirit that speaks of its vibrant heritage. From the white towers of St. John's Cathedral, an impressive baroque structure first built in 1683 and then rebuilt in 1845, to the English Harbour, site of Admiral Lord Nelson's famed Georgian Dockyard, every part of the island is steeped in rich British Colonial history. Yet the vivid colors, sights and sounds of the Farmers Market, held every Friday and Saturday on the outskirts of town, attest to the reality that Antigua is also very much a place of thriving, modern Caribbean life.