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Blanchards Anguilla restaurant is one of Anguilla's most famous restaurants. Bob and Melinda truly deliver a phenomenal meal, from the food, to the ambience, to their kind hospitality. Their restaurant encapsulates the passion that shines through in their book, A Trip to the Beach.
Bankie Banx's beloved Dune Preserve... is this not the quintessential Anguilla beach bar? Open to the Caribbean Sea waves, with a stunning view of the ocean and St. Martin, and made of driftwood and other findings on the beach, you won't find a spot quite like this. For a beer (or Bankie's infamous centipede rum!), lunch or a nighttime hang out, a visit to Bankie's Dune Preserve is a must-do.
Anguilla Carnival is the island's biggest summer festival held annually in August. From boat races, to beach parties, BBQs and band stands. It is one of the most popular Carnivals in the Caribbean!
Once set on Upper Shoal Bay, today Gwen's Reggae Grill can be found on Lower Shoal Bay. An institution on the famous beach, Gwen's colorful beach bar is especially popular on Sundays when the Scratch Band performs and extra-good times roll.
Malliouhana's beloved restaurant on the beach is BACK! Welcome to Leon's. Right on Meads Bay, Leon's is a must-do for its Meads Bay blue, excellent beach food and inspired coconut cocktails!
Chef Marc Alvarez's talents are on full display at his very first restaurant, Ember. Get set for an explosion of wood fired flavor!
Welcome to Anguilla's sunshine villa, Villa Soleil! A 5,000 square foot, four bedroom villa set on idyllic Island Harbour ridge with sweeping views of Savannah Bay and views to Captain's Bay.
Looking for a sweet, serene, yet simple Anguilla resort? Anguilla Great House is an affordable option right on Rendezvous Bay.
Come end of August, Anguilla quiets right down. Following the end of Carnival, many businesses close up for a couple of months, taking a much needed rest to rejunevate for the upcoming season. These are the restaurants that will remain open during the off-season this 2019.
A 1,500 square foot villa perfectly built for two, Almond Tree Villa is a steal of an Anguilla villa deal! With contemporary finishings, luxurious outdoor lounge spaces, Caribbean Sea views and even a pool, it is hard to beat Almond Tree's value.
Malliouhana's bar is iconic. Known for its expansive sunset views, imaginative cocktails and excellent lunch fare, the bar at Malliouhana is BACK. Welcome to Bar Soleil.
Chef Jusman So restores Michel Rostang's original vision to Malliouhana with sophisticated French-Caribbean cuisine executed at sky-high standards. Welcome to Malliouhana's signature restaurant, Cafe Celeste.
2Extreem delivers the screams! For all things fun in the sun, 2Extreem Watersports offers a boat load of water tubes, waterskiing and even wakeboarding. Available at by-the-half-hour rates, it's a must-do for thrill-seekers and families with kids!
BBQ on the beach and under the stars? Belmond Cap Juluca's is a refined, gourmet feast!
Belmond Cap Juluca brings Venetian elegance to Maunday's Bay with their more casual restaurant right on the sea, Cip's by Cipriani.
Every Tuesday night CuisinArt Golf Resort & Spa's Beach Bar & Grill is transformed into a five-star, gourmet food festival, Lobster BBQ. One of the island's most popular events, it is ultra high value. $75 buys all you can eat BBQ lobster and a wide array of gourmet mains and side dishes, all served in an elegant beachfront atmosphere.
One of Anguilla's top spots, Breezes at The Reef is Anguilla's go-to beach lounge and a #1 choice for long, leisurely lunches by the Caribbean Sea. With ultra-fresh and modern dishes, excellent service and a comfortably luxurious atmosphere, Breezes hits every high note.
One of Anguilla's most romantic restaurants, Pimms at Belmond Cap Juluca is a perfect fit for couples seeking an intimate, high-end dinner experience. The restaurants boasts one of the island's most unique and intimate seaside settings as well as one of Anguilla's most famous, award-winning chefs.
The Reef's fine-dining restaurant, The Yacht Club is a first-class seat to a seafood feast. Chef Manuel Gonzalez's passion and exuberance are on full display with creative and intricate dishes inspired by the sea.
A high-value breakfast with a jaw-dropping view, mornings are magical at Maunday's Bay at Belmond Cap Juluca.
Scooters in Anguilla? D&D Scooters and Car Rentals answers our call! Get ready to hit the road with total freedom, a sense of adventure and the breeze flying through your hair.
Set on the western edge of Maunday's Bay, Cap Shack is a tranquil reprieve on a warm Anguilla day. A luxurious barefoot destination, Cap Shack serves up refreshing cocktails and gourmet lunch eats - prepared in the resort's uber stylish Vintage Food Truck.
Come and take a tour of the sparkling-new Belmond Cap Juluca Anguilla resort. Cap Juluca has undergone a $121 million renovation and is on track to be one of the best Anguilla resorts and hotels.
Can you improve on perfection? Belmond Cap Juluca answers that question with a resounding yes! Belmond's Maunday's Club is the iconic spot's best incarnation yet. Home to the island's only Peruvian restaurant and a rich sunset tradition, a champagne sunset at Maunday's Club is a must on every visit to Anguilla.
CuisinArt's Santorini at The Clubhouse is redefining 'signature restaurant' status. An haute cuisine Mediterranean dream, Chef Francisco Pico throws down a glove with an inspired and playful menu, executed to perfection.