Introducing Anguilla

Considered by many to be one of the Caribbean’s best-kept secrets, spend any amount of time here and it’ll be no secret as to why. Anguilla has become an oasis for solo travellers, couples and families alike. Renowned for 33 powder-white beaches, turquoise waters and a culinary scene helmed by some of the Caribbean’s most talented chefs. However, the truest spirit of the island lives within its people. Proud, warm and welcoming.

Spectacular sunrises and shimmering sunsets are only part of what make Anguilla so unique. Just step off the beach and into any number of island adventures to experience the other side of extraordinary. Explore the tranquil sea at night in your very own transparent kayak. Enjoy authentic Anguillian entertainment and music festivals. Roam uninhabited beaches by horseback. Or play a round of golf on a breathtaking course overlooking the sparkling Caribbean Sea.

As the culinary capital of the Caribbean, food is at the heart of the Anguillian experience. Blending West Indian, African, French, and British cooking traditions has given Anguilla a gourmet dining scene that’s nothing short of inspired. Reserve your table at one of several haute-cuisine establishments or grab a bite at a relaxed roadside barbecue.

“This is the Caribbean as it was in the glamorous old days”. Chris Haslam Travel Editor of The Sunday Times

Getting to Anguilla

Getting to Anguilla is very straightforward. From the UK you fly into Antigua and then get a seamless air transfer to Anguilla. The flight time is only about 45 minutes.

Our Hotels

Anguilla boasts some of the best hotels in the whole Caribbean and we are delighted to introduce them to you below.