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Things to do in Antigua...

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Things to do

Planning your trip to the Caribbean? You can be assured that you’ll never be at a loss for things to do in Antigua! The island encourages you to do as much or as little as you please. Lounge by our glorious pool, sunbathe on the white beaches and swim in the azure seas. Or, if you’re feeling energetic, why not sightsee and explore!Anitgua Sailing

The Resort

Perfect Sunshine is part of this prestigious development, Nonsuch Bay, benefitting from a top class restaurant, communal swimming pools, renowned sailing and kite-surfing schools and 24-hour security. It is located 40 minutes from the airport.

Natural Beauty

Antigua is a stunning island. It is possible to circumnavigate it by boat in a day or in by car in a few hours. You will see dramatic landscapes, with a coastline boasting many of the best beaches in the Caribbean, picturesque houses of pastel shades and area of rainforest, where, if you stop towards dusk, the noises of excited animals and birds are almost deafening!


Water sports are available as part of the Nonsuch development, with sailing boats for all levels. For those with a penchant for adventure, kite surfing conditions are ideal at Green Island. Golf, tennis, and walking are also popular on the island.



The capital St John’s is half an hour away. Here, the vast cruise ships pull in to allow guests to enjoy duty free shopping, ranging from well stocked jewellery shops to clothing boutiques, as well as plenty of shops devoted to local artefacts. Beware, though – it is easy to part with a large amount of money in a very short space of time!


There is a host of excellent restaurants on the island, catering for all tastes and budgets. Near the Villa is Harmony Hall, renowned as one of the best Italian restaurants in the Caribbean. Not only is the food excellent, but the atmosphere is also legendary. As part of the Nonsuch resort, there is also a first class restaurant, offering the finest in international cuisine. In addition, the island has many top class hotels with excellent restaurants open to non-residents, including Carlisle Bay, Curtain Bluff and the Hermitage, to name but a few.

Things to do in Antigua – Perfect Manors

A trip to the Caribbean is an once-in-a-lifetime trip. Can’t narrow down your list of things to do in Antigua? Get in touch and we’ll be more than happy to advise!

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