Antigua, with its proud seafaring and sailing traditions, a penchant for fine food, fish BBQs and outdoor activities, stretches of heavenly beach and a little colonial history thrown in.
With a colonial history dating back to the 15th century, Antigua has certainly been witness to the changing sands of time.today Antigua Island is much more serene, though just as interesting to visit. Thanks to this rich past, Antigua’s cultural attractions are plentiful, including the Antigua and Barbuda Museum , St John’s Cathedral, Nelson's Dockyard and the English Harbour, a UNESCO World Heritage site which is as vibrant and full of yachts today as during its 18th century heyday.
When it comes to the real highlights of Antigua however, for us at Elite Travel Concierge it has to be those idyllic beaches, bays and coves, with more than 300 available for you to find your own romantic spot. Simply hide away, catch some rays or swim in the warm Caribbean Sea, without a soul in sight. . Life on the waves is indeed synonymous with Antigua, not only thanks to its naval military heritage but even today sailing regattas are regularly held, and taking a coastal boat trip or cruise will be a guaranteed highlight of your trip, particularly at sunset.