Accommodations

If you are thinking about visiting St. John's, you will find many places where you can stay. Although St. John's is the busiest destination for tourists on the island, there are relatively few properties located directly in town. You will find many more options scattered along the coast, where beautiful beaches and water views provide a stronger draw than the convenience of being located right in the heart of town. In addition to standard hotel types, you'll also find a property… more…

Hotels

As one of the islands busiest cities,… more…

Villa Complexes

From beachside cottages to second-story… more…

Villa Rentals

From St. John's Cathedral to Fort James,… more…

Transportation

All of Antigua's transportation options seem to originate in St. Johns.… more…

Air Travel

Although not located directly within city limits of St. Johns, the more…

Ferries

Ground transportation isn't the only way to get around St. Johns. Thanks… more…

Rental Cars

St. Johns is not only the capital city… more…

Sailing & Boating

As an official port of entry and with… more…

Taxis

St. John's is the capital city of Antigua,… more…

Attractions

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… more…

Landmarks

The largest settlement on the island and the center of government… more…

Beaches

On the northwest coast of the island is where you'll find the best… more…

Natural Attractions

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Activities

Home to the main cruise ship dock and the capital city of Antigua, Saint John's is the busiest spot on the island. In this town, it is the simple activities that matter, like a visit to the Saturday Morning Market where you'll find the best deals on local goods or a walking tour of town that… more…

Bikes & Mopeds

If you're looking for a little something different to do during your… more…

Fishing

The time of year you visit St. Johns will greatly determine… more…

Shopping

St. John's is a city that is just about four square miles… more…

Restaurants

In an effort to cater to the diverse needs of tourists that visit St. Johns from around the world, this city is home to an astounding number… more…

Food

Antigua's restaurants cater to a variety of tastes, from Italian… more…

Events & Festivals

When traveling to a new country, one of the best ways to get an encompassing… more…

Nightlife

Snorkeling

A major port and the capital city of Antigua and Barbuda, St. Johns is a coastal destination that one might expect is prime for watersports. Although anyone who is willing can find space to participate in these water based activities, if you're looking for the best snorkeling on the island,… more…

Sailing & Boating

As an official port of entry and with perhaps the most docking opportunities… more…

Fishing

The time of year you visit St. Johns will greatly determine… more…

Bikes & Mopeds

If you're looking for a little something different to do… more…

Weather

The weather in Antigua is almost always nice. The temperature remains fairly constant year round, making this the perfect island to visit any time of the year. Antigua's annual average temperatures range between 73 and 87 degrees Fahrenheit, depending upon the season at which you are looking. During the winter, the country's temperatures hover between 74 to 78 degrees Fahrenheit, and during the summer time, the stay in the mid… more…

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