If you’re looking for a “Pure Caribbean” experience – white-sand beaches, azure waters, historic heritage, food and fun, first-class resorts, nature’s bounty, and friendly islanders — you’ll find all of it and more in Anguilla.
There’s really not much to Anguilla – aside from 33 of the planet’s best beaches. And that’s a good thing!
Sure, there are some fine restaurants, art galleries, historic districts, grand homes, and heritage museums, as well as bird sanctuaries, bistros, bars, and live music. And, no small thing, the people of Anguilla may be about the warmest, friendliest, most hospitable folks you’ll ever have the pleasure of meeting.
But you’ve come to Anguilla for the experience of a 100% genuine, tropical Caribbean island getaway. And that means beaches: Beaches with pure white sand like talcum powder. Beaches lined with dramatic coral cliffs. Beaches so secluded that you can only reach them by boat. Beaches so quiet that you can snuggle for hours. Beaches lined with bars, resorts, music, and the comforting swell of humanity. Beaches that act as gateways to some of the Caribbean’s most attractive snorkeling and scuba diving spots. Beaches to die for…
By all means, take a break to explore the restored 18th-century Wallblake House, the island’s only survivor from plantation days. Check out the Heritage Collection Museum, which spans Anguilla’s entire history since the days of the pre- Columbian Arawak Indians. Grab your binoculars and spot snowy egrets and pintail ducks at the salt ponds along the eastern shore.
Dive in to some of the Caribbean’s best dining at more than 70 restaurants. You’ll find elegant gourmet eateries, award-winning wine collections, stunning oceanfront locations, and, of course, outstanding seafood. Top off your evening with live music and dancing at local mainstays Johnno’s and the Pumphouse.
Where is Anguilla?
Anguilla is an island country at caribbean sea between St Kitts and British Virgin island.