1 | Goat Cave
Found within easy traveling distance from the Valley, this cave is located approximately three miles (approximately four and a half kilometers) northeast of the center of East End.
1 | Malakh Day Spa
A spa that invites guests to "Relax, Rejuvenate and Reclaim Vitality," Malakh Day Spa offers a huge array of treatments preformed by a knowledgeable staff right by the beach.
The center of the Valley is approximately three miles (approximately four and a half kilometers) south-southwest of this spa.
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1 | Heritage Museum Collection
This private museum is run by a local historian and writer and it details the fascinating history of the island's people, from the British settlement and importation of slaves to averting plans to depopulate the island.
This museum is in the southeastern part of the neighborhood of Island Harbour, a short distance away north of the center of East End.
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1 | Dropsey Bay Cave
This cave is a short distance away south west of the center of East End.
2 | Old Fort at Sandy Hill
Overlooking Sandy Hill Bay, this old fort was the colonist and British took their final stand against an invading French Force in 1796. In the end, the French were defeated and thanks to "The Battle of Anguilla", the island remained part of the British Empire.
From Dropsey Bay Cave, go within walking distance to the northeast to find this historical site.
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1 | Old Salt Factory and Pump House
With the high quantity of resources, salt mining was a major aspect of Anguilla's early economy. The Old Salt Factory and Pumphouse is a reminder of that history and shed light on how the process was done.
Vacationers will be able to find this historical site near the heart of Sandy Ground Village, a mile and a half (three kilometers) north of the center of Blowing Point.
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1 | Spa at Viceroy
An ocean side spa focused on rejuvenating to guests at the resort through numerous massage and beauty treatments.
You will find this spa at Viceroy Anguilla, west-southwest of the center of Meads Bay.
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1 | Venus Spa
Class and elegance meets organic treatments and cutting-edge spa technology at Venus Spa, one of the top facilities in the area.
Interested guests can find this spa within CuisinArt Resort & Spa, a mile and a half (two and a half kilometers) west of the center of Blowing Point.
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2 | CuisinArt Golf Club
Running mostly along Rendezvous Bay, you'll be treated to both fine golf and a variety of natural landscapes. From the very first hole, in what's been called the "Caribbean's answer to the 18th at Pebble Beach," you'll get a spectacular view of St. Maarten across the channel, and by the 18th, you'll be playing alongside salt marshes and mangrove thickets.
This golf course is on the premises of CuisinArt Resort & Spa.
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