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Anguilla features some of the world’s most beautiful beaches and is known as the cuisine capital of the Caribbean, with over 100 Different dining options.


The British Territory of Anguilla is one of the Caribbean’s best-kept secrets boasting 33 pristine white sand beaches with tempting turquoise waters, a contemporary international style, world class accommodation and mouth-watering cuisine.


It offers a choice of international hotels, luxury spa resorts, villas and smaller more intimate apartments, small hotels and guesthouses – our Charming Escapes.


Visitors and locals alike enjoy Anguilla’s pastime of dining out and when it comes to choosing, you are spoilt for choice! The island has more than 100 restaurants offering international and local cuisine.


Anguilla’s passion for the sea is boundless and our fabulous beaches and coves are unspoilt, un-crowded and recognised by many people as some of the world’s very best. You can explore art galleries, tour historic sites and museums that catalogue the island’s history or take a walk through historic Sandy Ground.


There’s horse riding, tennis, sailing and golf at Cuisinart Golf and Spa Resort’s 18-hole international course. Or relax and be pampered at one of Anguilla’s superb spas or have one of our wellness specialists come to you.


Powder white beaches, turquoise waters, days filled with sunshine, friendly people and a warm welcome are always awaiting visitors to the island of Anguilla.


Anguilla is best served by British Airways, Virgin Atlantic via Antigua or KLM and Air France in St Maarten or from the USA and Puerto Rico. Regional services into Anguilla are operated by LIAT, Anguilla Air Services, Trans Anguilla, Cape Air, Anguilla Air Express, Phoenix Airways, Trade Winds and Seaborne Airlines.


More information in the Guide to the Caribbean (pages 56-57).


There is a frequent daily service from Anguilla's Blowing Point ferry terminal to Marigot on the French side of St Martin and an excellent service to and from Blowing Point to the St Maarten Airport Dock on the Dutch side of the island. This is just minutes from Princess Juliana Airport and operated by schedule and charter boats.


Anguilla is served by smaller luxury cruise lines. More details will follow shortly.


Anguilla accommodation options include international hotels, luxury spa resorts, villas and smaller, more intimate apartments, small hotels and guesthouses, including Charming Escapes properties. More details will follow shortly.

Tour Ops

Anguilla is served by more than a dozen tour operators. See pages 58-59 of the Guide to the Caribbean.


Day 1.  Check into the Med inspired CuisinArt Golf Resort and Spa; this evening dine at authentic Japanese restaurant, TOKYO BAY.
Day 2. Enjoy a day of rest, laze on the soft white sandy beach, tour the hydroponic farm, spoil yourself at the Venus Spa and dine at the Chef’s Table.
Day 3. More active, the island offers golf at the Greg Norman signature golf course at CuisinArt, bike rentals, kite surfing, deep sea fishing or scuba diving.
Day 4. Take a private yacht charter. Enjoy a BBQ of lobster and crayfish at Sandy Island, visit Dog Island, the nesting ground for frigate birds and masked boobies and snorkel off Prickly Pear Cays.
Day 5. A rustic lunch at Gwen’s Reggae Grill at Shoal Bay or a BBQ of crayfish and johnny cakes.

David Pointer, Western & Oriental Travel Ltd