Antigua has 365 beaches and in our books Half Moon Bay is the Daddy of them all. In fact it’s one of our favourite beaches in the world, with sunbeds and parasols for hire and a great lobster barbecue.
To get the Antigua vibe, Shirley Heights on a Sunday night is an island must – rum punch, steel bands and the best sunsets.
Catherine’s at Pigeon beach is a must for people watching and produces one of the best Sunday lunches on the island.
Jacqui O’s – near Jolly Harbour – has amazing staff, a rustic-chic vibe, on-the-beach dining and sunbeds for hire.
Sheer Rocks near Valley Church Bay is a very cool spot for lunch on the beach.
Nelson’s Dockyard is an Antigua institution. Have a drink at The Admiral’s Inn then pop in to Abracadabdra for its famous suckling pig and great music.
Visit The Larder in Saint John’s for takeaway, sushi and everything you need if you don’t feel like cooking.
Learn to kite surf, wing surf or SUP in the Caribbean at Falmouth’s 40 knots.
Hop on an air taxi and pop over to Nobu Barbuda for lunch!
Organise your car hire from the lovely Eileen at Titi-Rent-A-Car.