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Listed above are our most popular filters in Antigua and the number of lettings that provide the corresponding amenity. Antigua is the perfect place to look for a letting if you need internet access during your holidays or you want a letting with a garden, as the most common features are internet and gardens. You can also search for a property if you need a cot for your baby , as 111 of the lettings there include cots.
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Explore the Beautiful Island of Antigua With a Holiday Villa
Antigua is part of the Caribbean Leeward Islands chain. Holiday rentals vary from modern beachfront apartments to spacious beach and hillside villas. Large families and groups will appreciate villa rentals a little outside the more traveller-oriented areas for the most space and privacy.
What to eat on your holiday in Antigua
The national dish of Antigua is saltfish and fungi. Made from a cornmeal and okra paste, fungi is shaped into balls and served with salt-cured white fish. The seafood of this island nation is fresh and delicious; one of the best local options is the flavourful conch ceviche.
For a unique perspective on island cuisine, try an Indian roti, a thin crepe often filled with curried seafood or potatoes. Or sample a few tamarind balls, made from tamarind paste, sugar, and a little pepper. Many Caribbean islands have their own variety of this favourite.
Boat and beach days in Antigua
Take a boat ride to a sandbar just off the Antiguan coast. Here you'll learn about the local stingrays and how to handle them. Step off the boat and swim alongside, feed, and pet these interesting creatures.
Children will love Antigua's soft sandy beaches, and one of the best and safest is at Long Bay. Swim in the warm, shallow waters, and enjoy the spacious, yet uncrowded sands here.
What to do in Antigua: Swim, snorkel, and soar
Half Moon Bay is a sheltered beach on Antigua's quieter east coast, facing the Atlantic Ocean. The beach is known for its excellent snorkelling and underwater diving, thanks to the large reef just offshore that protects the bay from the waves of the Atlantic.
Explore the Antiguan rainforest on a canopy tour. See the verdant jungle from the air by climbing a rope course and flying along on zip lines. There are a number of operators offering this experience in the town of St. John, which is an ideal place to stay with a villa rental.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does it cost to rent a holiday home in Antigua?
Prices for holiday accommodation in Antigua start at £58 per night.
What is the most popular holiday home amenity in Antigua?
Travellers planning holidays to Antigua most often look for internet, gardens, and TVs when it comes to accommodation amenities.
How many holiday homes are on offer in Antigua?
Holidaymakers looking for accommodation in Antigua will be pleased to know that there are 1389 options on offer, with prices starting from just £58 per night.
Am I allowed to bring my pet when staying in a Antigua holiday home?
Yes, there are 27 holiday homes in Antigua that allow pets, with an average price of £212 per night.
What's the best time of year to travel to Antigua?
Sun lovers should visit Antigua in July and August to enjoy the warmest weather.
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