Visit Antigua and Barbuda, where we’ve got the sun, the sea and plenty of much-needed space.
Antigua’s shoreline is washed almost exclusively by the Caribbean Sea and is hugged by 95 miles of superb coastline. Her sister Barbuda, is surrounded by protective reefs, and features a large lagoon and Frigate Bird sanctuary. The islands are best known for their friendly and welcoming people, pink and white-sandy beaches, crystal clear waters and the most satisfying and enjoyable climate in the world.
Like most islands in the Caribbean, it benefits from a warm climate moderated by steady trade winds. This makes the region one of the world’s most desirable sailing destinations along with its complex coastline, an abundance of safe harbors and the nearly unbroken protective coral reef surrounding the island. There are said to be 365 distinct beaches on Antigua, one for every day of the year – so there’s plenty to see when you’re sailing in Antigua.