Anguilla

Caribbean

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    Low-key elegance and gentle rhythms

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    Low-key elegance and gentle rhythms

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    Low-key elegance and gentle rhythms

How to enjoy Anguilla

The most stunning of stressbusters, it’s impossible to feel anything other than relaxed on this quiet, tiny island. The pace of life is unhurried and crowds are soothingly non-existent

  • The quaint fishing town of Island Harbour offers plenty of great photo opportunities, with colourful boats and children playing in the water
  • Visit the Dune Preserve on Rendezvous Bay for Moonshine cocktails and Bankie Banx’s Reggae groove
  • For a taste of local life, savor Big Jim’s barbecue at Blowing Point or Ken’s ribs and Chicken in island’s capital, The Valley

This diminutive Leeward Island, it is just 16 miles by 3, boasts 33 of the world’s most glorious beaches; uncrowded strips of plush white sand and secluded, picturesque coves. Surrounded by calm seas, pristine coral reefs and nine explorable wrecks, the island offers wonderful dive and snorkeling opportunities.

Anguilla’s national sport is boat racing and hosts enough regattas throughout the year to sate even the most determined of sealegs. Slower paced sailing is on the menu too with plenty of opportunities to cruise to a secluded cove or uninhabited offshore cay for lunch, snorkeling or simply floating on a gently rocking sea.

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    When to visit Anguilla

    Catch the first full moon in February for Moonsplash, a unique four day and night Reggae Festival which brings together acts from across the Caribbean.

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