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nguilla is one of the Caribbean’s finest trea­sures, small in size, con­tem­po­rary in style and with a big rep­u­ta­tion! This won­der­ful is­land mea­sures just 35 square miles and is lined with 33 pris­tine white-sand beaches and clear, turquoise-coloured wa­ters. With some of the Caribbean’s finest in­ter­na­tional ho­tels and lux­ury spa re­sorts, and an en­vi­able choice of vil­las, in­ti­mate ho­tels and guest houses, An­guilla’s ac­com­mo­da­tion is hard to sur­pass.




When it comes to cui­sine you will be equally spoilt for choice on An­guilla, with the is­land boast­ing over 120 restau­rants of­fer­ing in­ter­na­tional and lo­cal cui­sine. For the en­er­getic there is a wealth of ac­tiv­i­ties on both land and sea, while her­itage, cul­ture and mu­sic fea­ture in the is­land’s many lively fes­ti­vals and events. Stop, breathe, ad­mire the scenery and re­lax! An­guilla Be­yond Ex­tra­or­di­nary.


Trav­el­ling to An­guilla from the UK is eas­i­est via An­tigua, St Maarten, Puerto Rico or the United States.

This small Bri­tish Caribbean is­land is home to 14,500 An­guil­lians.

The is­land has over 120 restau­rants. Sail­ing and boat rac­ing is the is­land’s na­tional sport.

Kite Surf­ing, pad­dle board­ing and scuba div­ing are all on of­fer to ex­plore An­guilla’s wa­ters and reefs


Sum­mer Fes­ti­val sees the is­land come to­gether to en­joy mu­sic, pageantry and boat rac­ing.

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