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Antigua


Situated in the West Indies section of the Caribbean, the small island of Antigua was a British colony until 1981, which is why a lot of its culture and architecture has British influence. The island of Antigua is actually the largest of the twin-island country of Antigua and Barbuda, which has a population of just over eighty thousand.

It’s little wonder that tourism is the main contributor to the economy of Antigua. With long white beaches, a sub tropical climate and welcoming locals, the island is becoming an increasingly popular location for travellers and holidaymakers looking to explore and soak up the glorious Caribbean sunshine.

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Halcyon Cove
Great Value

Antigua

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£849
Based on 7 Nights, All Inclusive,
Including Flight & Hotel

Sitting just yards from the glorious turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea, the divine Halcyon Cove, in Dickenson Bay, Antigua, is a dream destination for anyone seeking a gorgeous tropical island escape. Surrounded by lush gardens and swaying palm...

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Hawksbill by Rex Resorts
Top Offer

Antigua

Prices from
£909
Based on 7 Nights, All Inclusive,
Including Flight & Hotel

A secluded beach retreat in a beautiful setting, this adults-only hotel is the ideal place to get away from it all. Hawksbill by Rex Resorts celebrates simplicity throughout the accommodation and lifestyle, enabling guests to relax and enjoy quality...

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Adults Only Caribbean Beach Hotel

Pineapple Beach Club
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Antigua

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£1249
Based on 7 Nights, All Inclusive,
Including Flight & Hotel

Switch off and relax into the Caribbean spirit at Antigua’s most laid-back adults only resort offering an excellent all-inclusive package. Pineapple Beach Club is located on a picture-perfect bay of silky-soft white sands and a sparkling turquoise sea ...

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Starfish Jolly Beach Resort

Antigua

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£919
Based on 7 Nights, All Inclusive,
Including Flight & Hotel

Paradise awaits at the colourful Starfish Jolly Beach Resort in Antigua. Nestled between tropical gardens and beautiful white sand beach, this typically Caribbean hideaway is sure to give you a taste of island life with its choice of four all...


The Verandah Resort and Spa

Antigua

Prices from
£1159
Based on 7 Nights, All Inclusive,
Including Flight & Hotel

A divine world of tropical pleasures awaits at the Verandah Resort and Spa, during a scintillating all-inclusive Caribbean holiday on the spectacular shores of Antigua. Offering endless opportunities for water sports and activities, an array of mouth...


Blue Waters Resort and Spa

Antigua

Prices from
£1219
Based on 7 Nights, Bed & Breakfast,
Including Flight & Hotel

Lose yourself in the enchanted paradise of Blue Waters Resort and Spa, Antigua. This palm fringed resort looks out onto the turquoise waters of the Caribbean Sea and offers guests a choice of three restaurants, several pools and various activities to...


Sugar Ridge Antigua

Antigua

Prices from
£1299
Based on 7 Nights, Bed & Breakfast,
Including Flight & Hotel

Escape to exclusive serenity at Sugar Ridge Antigua, a chic, secluded resort where sophisticated rooms look out from tropical alcoves in the lush green hillside. With a shuttle service to the white sands of Turner’s Beach, the Sugar Ridge experience...


St James's Club

Antigua

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£1399
Based on 7 Nights, All Inclusive,
Including Flight & Hotel

Be welcomed to the St. James’s Club with an arrival cocktail and the caress of the exotic trade winds. Sat on a small peninsula in-between two glorious beaches, this all-inclusive hideaway is the ultimate romantic destination. With enough activities...


Nonsuch Bay Resort

Antigua

Prices from
£1469
Based on 7 Nights, All Inclusive,
Including Flight & Hotel

Escape to the tropical shores of Antigua for a dream Caribbean holiday at the fabulous all-inclusive Nonsuch Bay Resort. Sitting beside its own private beach, the complex features all the modern comforts needed for an unforgettable escape in paradise....


Cocobay Resort

Antigua

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£1719
Based on 7 Nights, All Inclusive,
Including Flight & Hotel

Located on the paradise island of Antigua, a smattering of pastel-coloured plantation-style cottages sit amongst lush tropical greenery and look out across the aquamarine hues of the Caribbean Ocean. This adult’s only retreat is the ultimate all...


Sandals Grande Antigua Resort and Spa

Antigua

Prices from
£1809
Based on 7 Nights, All Inclusive,
Including Flight & Hotel

Discover the incredible Caribbean jewel of Sandals Grande Antigua Resort and Spa. Everything here really is all-inclusive, from mouth-watering cuisine in the 11 restaurants to unlimited scuba diving in some of the world’s most renowned reefs. Designed...


Galley Bay Resort and Spa

Antigua

Prices from
£1819
Based on 7 Nights, All Inclusive,
Including Flight & Hotel

Discover all-inclusive bliss along the stunning stretch of white sand at Galley Bay Resort and Spa. Equipped with a gym, spa, jogging track, choice of pools and restaurants, this Caribbean jewel invites you to be as active or as relaxed as you prefer....


Curtain Bluff

Antigua

Prices from
£2569
Based on 7 Nights, All Inclusive,
Including Flight & Hotel

Discover your very own sanctuary on the sandy shores of Curtain Bluff Resort, in Antigua. Situated on a peninsula jutting out into the waters of the Caribbean, this unspoilt paradise offers both romance and family-fun on an all-inclusive basis. The...


Antigua Highlights


There are a number of different areas to explore on the island of Antigua. English Harbour is located in the south of the island. This is a place full of history dating from when Antigua was a British colony. Visit the historic Fort Berkeley, which was used to defend the harbour in the seventeen and eighteen hundreds. Perhaps the most famous attraction of English Harbour is Nelson’s Dockyard – a cultural heritage site where you can see historical pieces from the dockyard’s colourful history.

Antigua

The capital city of Antigua is St John’s, which has a population of around twenty-two thousand. Here you can visit the famous Museum of Antigua and Barbuda, which allows you to experience ten thousand years of Antigua’s spectacular history.

Once you have learnt all about the island, why not head over to the public market where you can buy a vast array of traditional Caribbean fruits and vegetables, as well as browse some unique boutique style shops. There is also a large arts and crafts market for you to explore nearby. If you would like to see some stunning architecture during your stay, then you must head across to the St John’s Cathedral Devine, which was first built in 1681 before being rebuilt in 1720.


Weather in Antigua


As Antigua is so close the equator, the temperature remains consistently warm throughout the year with an average of around 27 degrees Celcius. The island does not experience summers or winters but has wet and dry seasons. The best time to visit Antigua is from December to August as this is the time when you are least likely to be caught in a tropical downpour.

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