Fort James is a fort at the entrance to the harbour of St. John's, Antigua and Barbuda.
Nelson Tersanesi, Antigua'nın İngiliz Limanı'nda yer alan bir kültürel miras alanı ve yat limanıdır.
The views of the ocean from these grassy hills are simply stunning. Go on a weekday as Sundays are a little touristy.
Boggy Peak is the highest point of the Shekerley Mountains on the island of Antigua.
A lively beach lined with resorts. If the sun tires you out, there are plenty of restaurants and bars to stop by.
The Bird family has been leading Antigua for many years now. A curious monument to the often-controversial clan.
St. John's Cathedral also known as the St. John the Divine, the Cathedral Church of the Diocese of North Eastern Caribbean and Aruba, is…
A serene beach not completely stripped off facilities. Perfect for spending the day simply lounging under the trees.
An expansive, arched beach protected from the rough waves. Bring your snorkelling gear here - there is a wreck in the middle of the bay.
Devil's Bridge is a natural rock arch in eastern Antigua. It is located on the Atlantic coast at 17°6′1.7″N 61°40′42.2″W, near Indian Town…
The Museum of Antigua and Barbuda is a museum in St. John's, Antigua and Barbuda.
Prickly Pear Island is an islet approx. 650 metres off the north shore coast of the much larger island of Antigua, West Indies.
Sir Vivian Richards Stadium is a stadium in North Sound, Antigua, Antigua and Barbuda.
Betty's Hope was a sugarcane plantation in Antigua. It was established in 1650, shortly after the island had become an English colony, and…
Great Bird Island is a tiny islet lying almost three kilometers north-east of Antigua.
The Coolidge Cricket Ground is a cricket ground in Osbourn, Saint George Parish, Antigua.
A pleasant beach often used by the locals for fishing and lounging in the sun. There is a restaurant here, so you can easily spend the day.
An exciting duty-free shopping area. Arts, crafts, souvenirs, restaurants and cafés can all be found here.
This beach is great not just for swimming, but also for beachcombing and watching crabs that make the beach their home.
Not just a good hike with nice views - there are mysterious megaliths left here by the indigenous people of the islands.
Something is always happening on this beach - tourists and locals lounge around here, sometimes playing volleyball or cricket.