Caribbean Tourism

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Cedar Valley Golf Club

Cedar Valley Golf Club, Antigua and Barbuda The finest public golf course in the Caribbean! The Cedar Valley Golf Club is a public course owned by the Government of Antigua and Barbuda with a small number of private shareholders - no membership is required although it is available. The club is situated in a range of sloping hills with some steep valleys - it is varied and challenging - you do not...

Nick Maley's Island Arts

Yoda Guy' Nick Maley If you like art, movies or both, a visit to the Nick Maley's Island Arts Gallery in Hodges Bay is a must. Besides offering delightful artworks and terrific deals, you may meet international artist, movie make-up wizard, and EMMY nominee Nick Maley, a makeup artist who worked on Star Wars and The Empire Strikes Back, founded Island Arts. Nick traded his...

Favorite Beaches in Antigua & Barbuda

Favorite Beaches in Antigua & Barbuda Dickenson Bay Active watersports and boating haven on a long white beach with clear sparking waters. Home berth of the Jolly Roger; location of Antigua Village. Anchorage Hotel, Buccaneer Cove, Siboney Apartments and Halcyon Cove Resort. Five Islands Situated around Hawksbill Hotel are four unspoiled beaches. Jolly Beach A long beautiful beach, shallow...

Islands of Antigua and Neighboring Island States

Islands Off Antigua The boundaries of the nation include many small islets some of which are easily accessible by pleasure boats and organized tours. They are for the most part located on the Atlantic side; whereas some of the islands house privately owned properties, the beaches fall in the same category as those on the main islands of Antigua and Barbuda...

Beyond St. John's, Antigua

Devil's Bridge A natural bridge of strong rock formation - the result of constant lashing of the Atlantic waves against the rocks. Greencastle Megaliths Rocks and smooth stones at the top of Greencastle hill reveal a site of what is believed to have been a spot of worship in pre-Colombian times. An adventurous climb. Indian Creek Archaeological Site: a...

Monks Hill

Monks Hill in the Parish of St. Pauls gives a copious view of the outlying areas of Cobbs Cross, Falmouth, English Harbour, Shirley Heights and Mamora. This area is steeped in the history of battles and conquests, love and betrayal, cove ring the period of the Caribs through their extermination and the rise to glory of the British naval command over the...

St. John's, Antigua

The Court House (Market Street/Long Street/Church Street) Built in 1748-50; damaged by earthquake in 1843 and again in 1974. Previously housed the Supreme Court and the Houses of Parliament. Ebenezer Methodist Church (St. Mary's Street) Erected in 1839, damaged by earthquake in 1843 and 1974; rededicated in 1983. Antigua is known as the father of Methodism...

Clarence House at Shirley Heights

The Nelson's Dockyard National Park consists of all that land situate at and known as Nelson's Dockyard, Clarence House, Shirley Heights, Dows Hill, and all lands adjacent to such lands or in the vicinity thereof as well as all land adjacent to English Harbour and Falmouth Harbour or in the vicinity thereof measuring approximately 15.94 square miles and...

Museum of Antigua and Barbuda

The Museum tells the story of Antigua and Barbuda from its geological birth to political independence with many engaging EXHIBITS. The museum has something for everyone. Enjoy a cool oasis in the middle of St. John's and forget the cares of the world! Not just regaling visitors with Antigua's recent, colonial and post-colonial past, but including fossil and...

The Admiral's house at Nelson's Dockyard

The Admiral's house at Nelson's Dockyard In St. John's, Antigua, West Indies NELSON'S DOCKYARD MUSEUM has been restructured to tell the story of English Harbour and of the people that toiled and sweated in this famous Georgian naval yard. It will also explain the 20th century return of sailing ships and the aims and aspirations of Nelson's Dockyard National Park. A library, with copies of original documents and database of Caribbean...