British Travel Awards Vote now
Located on the northeast peninsula just south of St John’s, Galley Bay is the epitome of laid-back, Caribbean charm. Positioned along one of the island’s most idyllic white sand beaches within lush tropical gardens, this is a perfect place to unwind amid truly breathtaking surroundings.It’s the simple pleasures that are the most memorable, such as the three quarters of a mile of powder soft sand to stroll along and the enticing aquamarine waters in which to take a dip whenever you please. If you’re feeling a little more energetic, there’s a wide choice of complimentary watersports on offer as well as cycling and tennis, and you can always relax afterwards with a treatment at the on-site spa. The resort’s accommodation is perfectly in keeping with its tropical location, including Tahitian-style cottages and white-painted houses just steps from the beach, with terraces and balconies enjoying wonderful views over the bay. With three gorgeous open-air restaurants to choose from as well as romantic private beach dining as a special treat, meals here are one of the great pleasures of your stay, while cocktail parties and live music evenings are an opportunity to be as sociable as you wish.
Find the ideal villa, one that has everything you could want or need for your dream holiday.
You'll discover a different side to your destination when you venture further afield.
Discover local culture, or just try something new. You'll find events in the area and beyond.
Antigua is renowned for having over 365 pristine sandy beaches – that’s one for every day of the year! And with beautiful sunny weather to enjoy all year round, who couldn’t resist exploring these natural bays of beauty and finding your own little cove to spend the day. Apart from the popular Galley Bay itself, there are many beaches around this area, some of them busy and some of them secluded, but you are sure to find at least one that you will love. Perhaps a large beach with exhilarating water sports available will take your fancy? Or a private sandy inlet to tempt you into a romantic late afternoon picnic.
Fort Barrington National Park
Previously entitled ‘Goat Hill’, Fort Barrington is now named after the admiral who re-built the fort in 1779. The ruins of the lookout station remain in this national park, from its days of protecting St. John’s Harbour against attacks in the 1600s. It is one of the most interesting ruins to explore on Antigua and after a brisk and refreshing climb up the hill, provides fantastic sea views from the top.
Scuba diving, Snorkelling
Superyacht Challengenational event
Royal Ocean Racin...national event
Classic Yacht Reg...national event
Antigua Sailing W...national event
Labour Daynational event
Antigua & Barbuda...national event
Whit Mondaynational event
Mango Festivalnational event
Antigua Yacht Clu...national event
Carnival Monday (...national event
Carnival Tuesday ...national event
New Year's Daynational event
Visiting us from Europe or afar? See our prices in Euros
¿Nos visita desde Europa o el extranjero? Consulte nuestros precios en Euros
Μας επισκέπτεστε από την Ευρώπη ή (από) το εξωτερικό; Δείτε τις τιμές μας σε ευρώ
Você nos visita da Europa ou do exterior? Veja nossos preços em Euros