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Luxury Villas in Antigua

All photographs are courtesy of the Antigua and Barbuda Tourist Authority.

As you are aware Hurricane Irma has devastated large parts of the Caribbean. Antigua have been lucky enough to have largely avoided any real damage. However, the sister island of Barbuda has been hit very hard with almost all of the island's building and infrastructure wiped out. 

For more information on how to help visit the following - we understand 100% of any donations will go to the cause and absorbed in admin costs etc. 
Barbuda Recovery & Conservation Trust Fund - 
San Diego, CA International Community Foundation community-wide giving. Raise money for nonprofits

The beautiful Caribbean island of Antigua is renown for the crystal clear waters, 365 soft sandy beaches many unspoilt, or Barbuda with its pristine pink sand beaches, both offer an idyllic all year round climate. Barbuda is the smaller sister island, less than half the size , much quieter and inhabited by just over 100 people. It is a flat coral island, positioned approx. 30 miles North of Antigua covering only 62 square miles with Codrington as the main town area.

Regular non-stop flights serve Antigua landing at VC Bird International Airport (ANU) – flying from the UK ( approx. 8 hours flight) , North America ( 3 hours + )  and Europe ( approx. 8 hours ). Antigua offers a broad range of accommodation, whether you are looking to rent a luxury villa rental in Antigua, or searching for a Romantic hideaway, or a child-friendly villa, a beachfront paradise, Antigua has something for everyone

Combining a wealth of activities and the easy going lifestyle, makes Antigua & Barbuda are top contenders for a unique Caribbean holiday.
Antigua is approx. 14 miles long and 11 miles wide, so you are never really too far away from anything, although when driving from point to point on the winding roads everything seems further away. To the south of Antigua and Barbuda are the islands of Montserrat and Guadaloupe, and to the north and west you will find Nevis, St. Kitts, St. Barts, and St. Martin.

Antigua’s capital is St. John’s, popular spot for cruise ship passengers who take full advantage of the duty free shopping at St. John’s Heritage Quay and Redcliffe Quay.
With the constant passing tradewinds and the softly indented coastline, this creates the perfect playground for some of the finest sailing in the West Indies. Antigua attracts sailing enthusiasts from all over the world during the sailing weeks, racing weeks and regattas.

Antigua is steeped in history too, Nelson’s Dockyard (named after Admiral Nelson himself) is the only restored Georgian Dockyard in the world or Bettys Hope, one of the largest sugar Plantations, the village of Parham, once the islands capital where the same names are used now – and so much more

Shirley Heights is a “must do” – from within this old fortified look-out point, each Sunday evening as the sun sets over English Harbour, steels bands and reggae music fill the air – so dust off your dancing shoes ( high heels not reccommended !)

Water-sport activites are plentiful

Antigua & Barbuda Key Facts :
Where is the island of Antigua & Barbuda : located in the Eastern Caribbean in the centre of the Leeward Islands, approximately 17 degrees north of the equator.
Getting to Antigua & Barbuda : VC Bird International Airport is an international gateway many other smaller Caribbean Islands via numerous scheduled flights
Local Currency : Eastern Caribbean Dollars - US$ are also widely used and accepted
exchange rate is approx 2.6
Time Zone : GMT +4
Entry requirements : Full passport ( 6 months validity ) return ticket - for visas please check
Electricity : 220/110v/60ac
Climate : Average Temperatures 24 – 28 degrees C
Heaviest rainfall – October to December  - Annual rainfall averages only 45 inches
Cooling north­east trade winds are almost through the year, calming only in September
Local Language : Official Local Language is English

Featured Properties

Bananaquit - Jumby Bay

Private Villa, Private Island, Villa Resort  | 7 Bedrooms

Sea View Dream

Private Villa  | 4 Bedrooms

Villa on the Beach

Private Villa  | 2 - 5 Bedrooms

Palm One

Private Villa  | 6 - 7 Bedrooms

Nonsuch Bay Resort Villas

Villa Resort  | 3 - 5 Bedrooms

Morning Glory - Jumby Bay

Villa Resort  | 4 - 8 Bedrooms

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