Dickenson's Bay is most commonly associated with its long stretch of white sandy beachfront adjoining various sizes and types of accommodations. Guests staying in this area have immediate access to the Caribbean sea and a beautiful salt water pond, tempting them to spend most of their time close by. However, there are plenty of other things to see and do. Casinos are popular in the area, and there are a… more…
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1 | Sweets Windmill Ruins
If you're coming from the center of All Saints, go approximately a mile and a half (approximately three kilometers) west-southwest to find this historical site.
1 | Curtain Bluff Spa
Each trip to the Curtain Bluff Spa is an experience that takes at least two hours, so if you're planning a visit make sure to carve enough time into your day. With them, you'll enjoy more than a massage, but be treated to a tranquil getaway without really going anywhere at all.
This spa is 3.8 miles (6.1 km) south west of the center of Sweets, and is on the premises of Curtain Bluff.
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2 | Blue Spa
Spread out over two floors is the elegant Blue Spa, offering relaxing treatments for both men and women in a spot of the resort property surrounded by rainforest for the ultimate indulgent experience.
This spa is located within Carlisle Bay, and is just 0.6 miles (1.0 km) from Curtain Bluff Spa.
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For yachters who moor their vessel in Falmouth Harbour, they'll find plenty to keep them busy when they arrive ashore; however, those who want to do more than visit local beaches, it will require a bit of travel. All of the other attractions, from landmarks to casinos are located outside of the town's limits. You'll find a large selection of beaches to consider in and around the area. Snorkeling is available… more…
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Many of the attractions in English Harbour are included as part of the historic Nelson's Dockyard. From the numerous military and otherwise historic structures, to museums, and even a national park, almost all of your cultural and natural landmarks are covered in one area of town. There are a large number of beaches to consider in and around the area. Snorkeling is available at several locations, for… more…
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1 | Cedar Valley Golf
One of two golf course in Antigua, this became the first championship course on the island when it expanded to 18 holes in 1977. It's a par-70 course is challenging enough for experienced golfers, but with a driving range and resident golf pros available for lessons, novices will also find it to their liking.
Head 2.1 miles (3.5 km) to the northeast from the center of St. John's to get to this golf course, which is located within traveling distance of Dickenson Bay.
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1 | Fort Barrington
Built in 1796, the British hoped that this fort would help protect the island from the French and other enemies, which it successfully did. Visitors to the site will be able to explore the old rooms and take in the breathtaking views from the position.
This historical site is located approximately three miles (approximately four and a half kilometers) west of the center of St. John's.
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2 | Royal Antiguan
Guests can get in a bit of light gaming when they stay at the Grand Royal Antiguan Beach Resort. Set just off The Club, the facility here is small and offers a collection of electronic games and slots.
This gambling arcade is located a half mile (less than a kilometer) from Fort Barrington, and is on the premises of Grand Royal Antiguan Beach Resort.
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As the capital and biggest city on Antigua, St. John's is a very busy place indeed, and there is always something to see or do. There are more museums here than anywhere else on the island, though perhaps the most visited site is Fort James. Other options include casinos and beaches. You'll find a large number of beaches to visit in and around the area. Snorkeling is available at some of the beaches,… more…
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1 | Old Sugar Mill Ruins
As one of the many sugar mills built in Antigua, mills like the Old Sugar Mill Ruins served as the backbone of the early Antigua economy. Built in 1674, this building is now well over 300 years old.
Visitors can find this historical site on the eastern outskirts of St. John's, approximately a mile and a half (approximately three kilometers) east-northeast of the center of St. John's.
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1 | National Hero's Park
Visitors can find this museum on the eastern outskirts of St. John's, approximately a mile and a half (approximately three kilometers) to the east of the center of St. John's.
1 | Old Sugar Factory
This historical site is within easy traveling distance from St. John's, approximately three miles (approximately five kilometers) east of the center of St. John's.
An areal view of Jolly Harbour shows a marina as the center of all activity in the area. Sailing is a huge part of life here, but when captains and their companions dock they will also find plenty of attractions to keep their days and nights busy. Within the immediate area there are some of the island's most beautiful beaches, several green parks, and guided tours. There are also casinos available… more…
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1 | Greencastle Hill Park
One of the highest hills in Antigua, Greencastle Hill has been a popular place for hikers, tourist, and locals for most of recorded history. With beautiful views of the surrounding area, it is not uncommon to find people here simply enjoying the scenery.
The center of St. John's is located approximately three miles (approximately five kilometers) north of this historical site.
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