Anguilla

Exploring on Anguilla is mostly about checking out the spectacular beaches and resorts. The island has only a few roads. Locals are happy to provide directions, but using the readily available tourist map is the best idea. Visit the Anguilla Tourist Board, centrally located on Coronation Avenue in The Valley.

You can take a free, self-guided tour of the Anguilla Heritage Trail, comprising 10 important historical sights that can be explored independently in any order. Wallblake House, in The Valley, is the main information center for the trail, or you can just look for the large boulders with descriptive plaques.

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  • 1. Cove Bay

    Beach

    Follow the signs to Smokey's at the end of Cove Road, and you will find water that is brilliantly blue and sand that's as soft as sifted flour...Read More

  • 2. Maundays Bay

    Beach

    The dazzling, platinum-white mile-long beach is especially great for swimming and long beach walks. It's no wonder that Cap Juluca, one of Anguilla...Read More

  • 3. Meads Bay

    Beach

    Arguably Anguilla's premier beach, Meads Bay is home to many of the island's top resorts (Malliouihana, Four Seasons) and a dozen fine restaurants...Read More

  • 4. Shoal Bay

    Beach

    Anchored by sea grape and coconut trees, the 2-mile (3-km) powdered-sugar strand at Shoal Bay (not to be confused with Shoal Bay West, at the...Read More

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