This long, lively beach full of bars offers the classic resort beach experience. Meet new friends, try some water sports and relax with a cocktail or two.
A favourite with the local community, this is the perfect place to watch the boats sail in and out of Falmouth Harbour
With the best views on the island, this lively mile-long white sand beach on the west coast has water sports, a dive shop and a beach bar.
Fine pink sand, cooling breezes and a lively surf make this a good place to come for a splash and a giggle.
This quieter beach is a stunner, and even has a couple of bars to help you stay refreshed. On a clear day you can just see Montserrat out to sea.
An ideal place to watch (or join) the sailing at the Antigua Yacht Club. It's particularly popular for brunch on Sundays, so make sure to book.
Sample the house speciality of red snapper straight from the grill while wriggling your toes in the sand.
The ultimate chill - gaze out at impossibly turquoise sea views over a cocktail and some mouthwatering Antiguan tapas.
From June to August, Antigua goes mango bonkers, with over 60 different varieties grown on the island.
Known as the Antigua Black, this is reportedly the world's sweetest. Head to a local market to taste the nectar of paradise.
Let the Red Lane® Spa take your stress far away at one of the Caribbean's most romantic resorts.
The Wellness Cottage at Cocobay offers a wonderful range of massages and treatments.
Yoga and Pilates classes take place in the Garden Pavilion or on The Jetty at sunset, while the Blue Spa offers a full range of treatments.
Drift into total relaxation with a spa treatments in an open air cabana.
Daily yoga classes and an AVEDA concept spa will ease your tension as you relax among the sugar cane at this boutique hotel.
Go on a Sunday evening for a truly life-affirming view, the island's finest bands and some deliciously fresh grilled seafood.
The Strip at English Harbour is the perfect place for a few beers and a wiggle. Enjoy some of Antigua's liveliest bars and get jiggy to the local musicians and DJs.
It's not the home of Viv Richards for nothing, you know. Cricket is big time in Antigua, so take in a match if you can spare a few hours off the beach.
Takes place on the first Monday and Tuesday in August in St John's, with 'Queen' contests, a kiddies' carnival, calypso tents and dazzling and colourful costumes parading through the streets.
Sailing week takes place each year at the end of April. The whole island joins in as thousands of yachts arrive from around the world.
While famous for parties and music on a Sunday night, the Heights are also worth an early morning visit. It's a steep climb about 2 miles from English Harbour, but it's well worth it.
See amazing wildlife, mind-blowing islands and learn from the knowledgeable and friendly crew. Don't forget your sunscreen!
See some best-kept-secret island views then enjoy a picnic-style lunch before being whisked off to snorkel, hike, swim and kayak around The Great Bird Island for a nature-infused afternoon.
With the island known all over the world for the excellence of its sailing, this is your chance to find out what everyone raves about.
Visit this UNESCO World heritage site, home to Admiral Nelson in the 1780's, for a snapshot of Antigua's history.