Anguilla

Fortunate to be spared by the bright lights, casinos and congestion that hamper other Caribbean islands, Anguilla is a great place for a secluded escape. With a total land area of just 35 square miles, it's one of the smaller inhabited islands in the region; however, there is no shortage of fun attractions. Take some time to explore the 12 miles of coastline and 33 pristine white-sand beaches where you're sure to find a private enclave. Day sailing and snorkeling trips are available for adventurous couples, but be sure to pamper yourself at one of Anguilla's luxurious spas after a long day at sea. Beach bars are popular spots for rum punch and sand-mashing (dancing) any time of day, while a wealth of elegant restaurants and casual-chic bars are ideal for romantic, island-style dinner dates once the sun goes down. 

See GAYOT's Anguilla hotel reviews.

Beach Bars

Beaches of Anguilla AI-2640 Shoal Bay Anguilla

Beach bars are popular spots for rum punch and sand-mashing (aka dancing) any time of day.

Beaches of Aguilla

Beaches of Anguilla AI-2640 Shoal Bay Anguilla

More than 30 white sand beaches populate the island from Barnes Bay to Windward Point Beach.

Horseback Riding in Aguilla

Paradise Dr. AI-2640 Cove Bay Anguilla

Take a dip into the ocean on horseback with Seaside Stables Anguilla. 

Snorkeling and Diving

Sandy Ground Anguilla AI-2640 South Hill Anguilla

Explore the underwater world of the Anguilla waters with Scuba Shack, the island’s only PADI Dive Resort.