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Vacations in Anguilla

anguilla bayWhat Anguilla lacks in size clearly makes up for it with its beautiful beaches stretching across 19 miles of coast line. Weather you look for the perfect romantic getaway, a relaxed vacation or an adventure, Anguilla has it all.


Accommodation on the island ranges from luxury resorts to guesthouses, villas and simple cottages. Most of the resorts offer all inclusive packages but you can also find half board offer or even self catering options.

Anguilla is just perfect for those looking to spend a romantic getaway. If you want to surprise your significant other or you are looking for a place to spend your honeymoon, head to Anguilla. If you want to have a Caribbean wedding, make sure to ask around at Malliouhana Hotel & Spa.

The resorts offer something interesting for each type of tourist. If you plan to be pampered and relax in an affordable spa, head to Malliouhana Hotel & Spa or CuisinArt Resort & Spa, where you will be pampered and spoiled for choices to relax.

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Things to do

Caribbean is all about sunshine and beaches. Some of the best beaches in Anguilla are: Cove Bay, Crocus Bay, Maundays Bay, Meads Bay, Rendezvous Bay, Road Bay and Shoal Bay.

Many of the resorts are located on – or really close to – the beach and offer a variety of activities such as: boating, fishing, snorkeling and scuba diving, so if you are the adventurous type, Anguilla is definitely a destination for you. There are seven marine parks in Anguilla where you can see the wild life and even dive during the night. Or maybe you fancy swimming with the cuddly dolphins.

Surrounded by water, it’s no wonder that Anguilla offers the perfect opportunities for watersports. Try your skills at parasailing, windsurfing or water skiing.

And after so much exercise, don’t forget to try some of the local food. Salt fish and Spiny lobsterbisque are just two of the seafood specialties which will make your mouth water. For a sweet and sour treat try the Tamarind balls.