I have visited Antigua many times, both as a solo traveller and with others. The welcome and warmth received by the Antiguan people never fails to impress me. It is a small island, measuring approximately 14 miles long by 11 miles wide, but there is a lot to do here other than visiting beaches. Although they are stunning and there are 365 of them! Click on the links below for further information on where I recommend if you are travelling solo to Antigua…
On my solo holidays to Antigua I have reviewed several all inclusive and room only 3 and 4 star resorts. Some of the resorts are ‘adults only’. All of them have the use of a pool or are located on a stunning beach.
Up in the hills of Cedar Valley is a wonderful studio apartment available for rent, within the grounds of a family home/cookery school. Ideal size for a couple or single person – why not combine your stay with one of the fantastic cookery lessons available here at Nicole’s Table.
The restaurants within the all inclusive resorts generally serve food of a good standard leaving you feeling that you have no need to venture out. However, there are many restaurants to dine at away from the resorts as well. Have a look at some of the restaurants I have enjoyed while dining solo in Antigua.
There are many activities in Antigua as well as enjoying the beautiful beaches. Please do book activities via the hotels and onsite tour desks as they deal with reputable companies.
365 beaches, one for every day of the year. There are so many stunning beaches to choose from. Beaches include those ideal for water sports or pure relaxation, others for stunning sunsets.
A link to the most frequently asked questions with answers, about Antigua and Barbuda.
A selection of my favourite photos taken while on solo holidays to Antigua.
Note that not all destinations have the same local laws and customs as your home country. Click on the link to take you to the UK Government’s website which provides up to date information about local laws and customs in Antigua & Barbuda.