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At just 14 miles long and 11 miles wide, it's safe to say that Antigua is a little slice of heaven floating in the Caribbean Sea. A luxury destination that's an amazing all-rounder, Antigua has beaches in abundance, warm waters that are perfect for paddling, and seemingly endless opportunities for inland adventures.

Despite its size, there's a resort for every holidaymaker on the island. Postcard-perfect Long Bay is the place for romantic escapes, whereas Dickenson Bay is a little livelier, with the sound of steel drums in the air and revellers kicking off their shoes to dance on the beach!

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Whichever resort you choose, Antigua's coastline is well worth further exploration. In fact, you'll find a staggering 365 beaches just waiting to be discovered! Equally impressive are the turquoise waters that provide a playground for holidaymakers. Swim, surf, sail or snorkel - there's no end of activities to help you make the most of your amazing position on the edge of the clear Caribbean. If adventures on dry land float your boat, the lush rainforest beckons.

Or if you're keen on taking a boat ride Antigua's marina will take you out to deep waters. Year round sunshine is a dead cert in Antigua, but the cooling island breeze stops it from becoming too hot and makes the climate more family friendly. Don't let the tropical showers put you off - they usually come in short bursts and can be a quite refreshing! An island that makes holiday dreams come true, Antigua is a destination that you'll never regret. Book your stay in this paradise for magical memories that will last a lifetime.

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As with all Caribbean islands, December to May are the prime months for sunshine, but the 'winter' months of June to November can be just as pleasant.


Antigua is home to 365 beaches, one for every day of the year! Now that’s some serious choice.


Lucky visitors travelling between March and November might get to see the beautiful sea turtles that come to the island to nest.


Devil’s Bridge is a set of impressive limestone arches with a dark past and even darker, crashing waves – well worth a visit for the atmospheric experience!


Stingray City is a fantastic snorkelling area in the Caribbean where you can encounter wild but friendly southern rays; you can even touch or feed them!


Highland House, the ruins of Barbuda’s founding family estate, sits on the island’s highest point, with breath-taking panoramic views.


Carnival is on the first Monday and Tuesday of August in St. Johns - think steel drums, extravagant costumes and plenty of dancing and drinking.


On Barbuda's south coast is the 56ft high Martello castle and tower which was once used as the island’s defence and lookout point.


Heritage Quay, overlooking St. John’s Harbour is a shopaholic’s dream. The duty free shops sell everything from designer goods to traditional cigars.


Barbuda's Frigate Bird Sanctuary is home to over 170 species of birds and an impressive 5,000 indigenous frigate birds.