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Occurring every Whit Monday, Welches Festival brings you a delicious and jolly slice of old Anguilla.
This Anguilla itinerary explores the west end of the island. It covers tasty beach-side eateries, the best BIG beaches -- and hidden ones too, sensational five-star villas and resorts, and special secret spots for snapping memorable photos.
Now owned by Scott Hauser, Anguilla's French-style bistro in The Valley, called Valley Bistro is still one of our favorite eateries! Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the food is tasty as ever and the price is right.
These map-based Anguilla itineraries cover both the must-see's and the more adventurous things to see off-the-beaten path.
Anguilla's first art gallery, Pineapple Gallery is a hidden gem, specializing in Haitian art. From old to new, you will find that the owner, Philippe Manasse has quite a collection of unique pieces.
Anguilla is famous for its oh-so-relaxing, totally laid back, feet-in-the-sand (or just steps from the sand) beach bars. We have put together a list of the must-visit, TRUE low-key Anguilla beach bars. Agree with our choices? Disagree? Feel free to challenge our top picks!
The second Anguilla Open is coming up, and fast.
It will be taking place June 7th, 8th and 9th.
It's for a GREAT cause and the prices are EXTREMELY affordable!
Limin' is a popular term used here in Anguilla meaning to hangout and relax. When away from Anguilla, what better way is there to lime and feel like you're sitting on the island than to flip through and share fun Anguilla vacation photos? Here are some terrific visitor photos.
Tradition is an authentic and historic vessel true to its name. Today, it is a first class Anguilla sailing charter. Aboard such a unique ship, hosts Captain Laurie Gumbs, Deborah Vos and Brennon Gumbs deliver an experience that is blissfully calm, so indulgent and truly five-star.
After touring Serenity Cottages on award-winning Anguilla beach, Shoal Bay, I found that this is one of the most luxurious hotels on the beach. You must see it in person!
A charming Anguilla villa, Twin Palms villa in Anguilla is made up of two villas... Coconut Palm and Beach Palm. Spacious and comfortable, each with private pools and just across the road from one of the best beaches, Meads Bay, Twin Palms is worth considering!
Looking for the best BBQ crayfish and lobster? Or maybe the top hotdog or hamburger? Here's our Anguilla guide to top eats!
A talented Anguilla musician, Omari Banks is one of the island's most sought after reggae performers. With a smooth voice and good looks, it's no wonder why so many go crazy for Omari!
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As a professional travel writer who specializes in the Caribbean I've stayed in five-star, four-star and even minus-one-star properties. That means I've
Under the clear night sky and sparkling stars, with the Caribbean sea lapping at the sand, Bankie Banx's Dune Preserve is pure magic.
Thursday nights, when Bankie holds his P3 Sessions, are particularly special, being ultra low-key and laid-back with powerful spoken word and piano performances. It's one of my favorite ways to spend an evening here in Anguilla.
Quaint, clean budget Anguilla hotels exist! Sea View is an excellent choice for travelers on a budget. Set in Sandy Ground village, the location is convenient, has beach access, and the units are clean and comfortable.
Anguilla is a quiet and tranquil island but there is always something to do at night. From Elvis' to Pumphouse to the Velvet Lounge, if you're looking for entertainment in the evening, you can find it!
Meet the sweet, funny, kind, knowledgable, and safe Anguilla taxi drivers! Although not cheap, taking an Anguilla taxi is a fun and easy way to travel between two areas in Anguilla, or to spend a couple of hours touring and exploring the island.
Calypso Charters, one of the premier Anguilla boat charters, offers a charter to nearby island, St. Barths every Tuesday. Heading to St. Barths with Calypso is a fun way to spend an afternoon and see the bustling and much talked-about Caribbean island, all while being able to return to calm, quiet, peaceful Anguilla at the end of the day.
The only drawback to dining at Flavours Anguilla restaurant? Deciding what to eat! The options are many and everything is good, although they are best known for their steaks and ribs. They are Anguilla's only steakhouse, and they are doing it right!
A Burger has added some tasty new specials to its menu!
Fish 'n chips, corn dogs, grilled chicken wings and coleslaw.
Don't miss the wings (available on Fridays). They are especially good, the meat is so succulent and tender, the skin crisp and flavorful! YUM.
One of THE most trusted and highest-quality medical practices in Anguilla, Atlantic Star Center of Medical Excellence is where we go for our annual check ups. Owned by Dr. Clyde Bryan, a McGill-trained doctor, you know you're in good hands.
Congratulations to Lynne Bernbaum, one of our favorite Anguilla artists.
She has recently moved her gallery from George Hill to the heart of Sandy Ground village.
With a clean and modern feel, it is a refreshing space!
Anguilla's Festival del Mar in Island Harbour is one of our favorite festivals on the island. A celebration of the sea, this event is always held around Easter. Grilled lobsters and fresh fish, live music and dancing, boat races, soldier crab races and of course, the fishing competition... it is two days of pure happiness and fun! Don't miss this if you're in Anguilla.
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