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About Anguilla

A small, low lying coral island, Anguilla is entirely unspoilt and offers unrivalled ocean views with romantic sunset vistas. Fringed by shimmering white sands, shaded by coconut palms and filled with colourful breezy beach bars, this delightful island is a Caribbean dream.


Imagine electric blue seas and 12 miles of beautiful beaches, a gentle breeze and a distinctly laid-back pace of living: this is the perfect destination for the most discerning of travellers.


Explore the incomparable charm of the Caribbean, from turtle hatching between May and November to the underwater magic of Stoney Bay Marine Park.

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Divers can venture deep under the water’s surface and discover intact shipwrecks submerged off Sail Reef, north of the island. Take a yacht to Prickly Pear Cay, Scrub Island or Dog Island and take in the mesmerising views.


The hotels and restaurants are of a very high standard and service is impeccable.


Take a day trip to Scilly Cay and choose your own Anguillan spiny lobster from the day’s catch and have it cooked to perfection, or head to Blanchards and Straw Hat at Meads Bay which serve up some of the freshest ocean fare in stylish and intimate surroundings.


An island bursting with a joyful atmosphere, Anguilla is home to lively locals, sizzling barbecues, feisty rum punches and live reggae music that you can’t help but enjoy.

The Best Time to Visit Anguilla

The high season is from December to May. The low season normally runs from mid-June to mid-November and can still be a great time to visit.

Getting to Anguilla

British Airways and Virgin Atlantic fly from London Gatwick to Antigua, with an onward flight with Liat or private charter to Anguilla.


Air France (via Paris) fly from 10 regional UK airports to St. Maarten with an onward boat transfer to Anguilla.

Total time is around 11 hours normally.

Where can I combine with Anguilla?

A twin-centre Caribbean holiday combining Anguilla with Antigua, St. Barths or St. Martin is a great option.

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Anguilla's Shoal Bay East

The Best Beaches in Anguilla

Anguilla is not only home to some of the best beaches in the Caribbean, but without doubt, has some of the world's best beaches. There are over 30 superb beaches in Anguilla, making it one of the very best Caribbean beach holiday destinations.

The sand in Anguilla is silky smooth and the sea usually an inviting aquamarine blue.


One of the very best beaches in the Caribbean, Mead's Bay is a long and wide stretch of stunning Caribbean beach, with the Four Seasons Resort at one end and Malliouhana at the other.

Shoal Bay East offers 2 miles of stunning Caribbean beach and has been voted the best beach in the world on more than one occaision.

Shoal Bay East benefits from its size and never feels crowded. If you are looking for the best beach in the Caribbean, then you might not need to look any further - and a stay at Zemi Beach House puts you right by the beach.

Rendezvous Beach is another stunning Anguillan beach, with a mile and a half of sugar soft sand, sea which is often a greener hue and superb views over to St. Martin.


CuisinArt and Quintessence are the two best hotels on Anguilla's Rendezvous Beach and both superb options for a luxury beach holiday in Anguilla.

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Beyond Anguilla's Beaches

In addition to Anguilla having some of the Caribbean's best beaches, there's plenty to do if you want to head away from the beach in Anguilla.

Anguilla Arch is a natural rock arch which makes a nice destination for sunset. Head to Wallblake House to experience the oldest plantation house in Anguilla.

On the water, kayaking is popular and you could head out to deserted Anguillita by kayak or explore the beautiful coastline in charge of a tiny 'tiger boat'. For the adventurous, head out to Scrub Island where you can visit Deadman's Bay and see a side of Anguilla few people ever see.

Anguilla is a great kitesurfing destination and there are opportunities for beginners and experts alike, with consistent winds and a variety of spots.

There's pretty decent snorkelling in Anguilla and the reefs of Shoal Bay East are among the best. Little Bay is another great snorkelling spot in Anguilla, or you could head off shore to Dog Island or Prickly Pear Cay which are also good drift diving spots with Eagle Ray & Shark sightings common.

Anguilla is a great place to learn to dive and there are over 20 good dive spots. The wreck diving is especially good in Anguilla.

Golfing in Anguilla is centred around the superb Greg Norman designed PGA course at CuisinArt.

Anguilla is a great kitesurfing destination and there are opportunities for beginners and experts alike, with consistent winds and a variety of spots.

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Dining in Anguilla

Some of the best dining in the Caribbean is found in Anguilla, which has established itself as arguably the culinary capital of the Caribbean.

With a regular influx of ultra-demanding high-profile customers, Anguilla's top-end restaurants are among the finest in the Caribbean.

You'll find no shortage of romantic beachfront restaurants in Anguilla, serving the finest in European, Caribbean and World Cuisine.

For French-Caribbean fusion, head to Jacala on Meads Bay. For possibly the most famous restaurant in Anguilla, head to Blanchards.

For sunsets, the Sunset Lounge at the Four Seasons is the place to see and be seen.

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The Yacht Club at the Reef is the place to head for a glamorous setting and superb seafood.

It's not all about fine dining and swanky restaurants in Anguilla - there are dining options to suit all budget and tastes. There are plenty of beach bars and restaurants in Anguilla where you can enjoy a taste of local life and authentic cuisine. Be sure to try Blanchard's Beach Shack on Mead's Bay.

There are also plenty of mid-range restaurants in Antigua, including some British pub style options.


Many of the mid-range restaurants in Anguilla are arguably the match of the fine dining establishments, so you're unlikely to be disappointed by the dining options in Anguila.

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Anguilla is GREEN for GO!

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