Antigua beaches are stunning and there are 365 of them, one for every day of the year. Beaches are public in Antigua, therefore you can access all of them. Many of the beaches also have restaurants or bars nearby.
Here are some of my favourite Antiguan beaches that I have visited on my solo holidays so far…
Crab Hill Beach
A stunning stretch of white, powdery sand with a restaurant nearby. The water is very calm and crystal clear. The far reaching views are stunning!
Starfish Jolly Beach Resort is located on this stunning beach. Why not read my review by clicking on the link if you are looking for somewhere to stay. Jolly Beach is a long stretch of white sand and turquoise water, with shops, bars and eateries dotted along it.
Pineapple Beach Club is situated on this beautiful beach. It is ocated on the Atlantic side of the island but protected by reef, keeping the ocean more calm. Towards the end of the beach is a great place to snorkel.
A more rugged beach with walking trails to the rear of it. I snorkelled here during my stay at Admiral’s Inn. It was quite a remote beach at the time I went in July but I imagine it gets quite busy during peak season. I accessed it by water taxi. Snorkelling is fantastic here and it is quite common to see turtles and rays quite close to the shoreline.
The stunning beach where Halcyon Cove by Rex is located. It is a long stretch of white sand with an area towards the end of the beach which is apparently good for snorkelling. A Vendor’s mall is positioned alongside the beach, ideal for shopping for souvenirs to take back home. A great restaurant is here too, on a jetty over the water called The Warri Pier, the perfect place to eat while you watch the sun set.
A horse shoe shaped beach outlined with palm trees, within the St James Club resort. The stillness of the water makes it ideal for watersports.
Ffryes beach is a beautiful white sand beach on the West coast of Antigua with a nearby restaurant. It is quite close to the Jolly Beach Resort.
Seagrape Beach is one of the 4 beaches to choose from when staying at the Hawksbill by Rex Resort. Click on the link to read my solo holiday review at this adult’s only hotel. The sand here is golden and the water calm, making it a wonderful place to swim. The beach is peaceful and quiet.
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