Why travel to Antigua…

Antigua beaches


As a beach destination, Antigua is hard to beat with one of the driest climates in the whole Caribbean region, making it particularly popular among sunseekers. Antigua and Barbuda enjoys an average of eight and half hour of sunlight every day.

A vacation package to Antigua, one of the two Leeward Islands, has all the right ingredients for a fabulous holiday. Antigua was once the hub of British sugar cane production and the remnants of that time period remain today. Sail-less windmills and 18th century forts grace the landscape. One major center for activity is English Harbour where visitors will find wonderful restaurants and shops with colonial architecture overlooking the marina.

Jolly Beach Resort and Spa - Antigua


Antigua’s hotels are spread along a magnificent coastline. There are 365 beaches in Antigua, a perfect beach for every day of the year – most are quiet and protected by reefs, so feel free to explore them all! Scuba diving and snorkeling are also quite popular on Antigua.

Honeymooners or families will find plenty of adventure, from horseback riding and windsurfing to golf and fishing. Antigua is known as a sailor’s paradise, and is a popular mooring spot for a variety of vessels, including luxury yachts. You can charter your own yacht, complete with crew, at most Antigua hotels and spend a day sailing with the rich and famous.


St. James Club Antigua


Antigua provides culture and tranquility for visitors from all over the world, both young and old, who come for the beaches, but get so much more