Around South Antigua

Staying near English Harbour or in the south of Antigua ? Quickly access the restaurants and things to do on this page. There are a very good concentration of restaurants and bars in English Harbour it is the centre of the yacht scene for the island has fantastic beaches and touristic spots like Shirley Heights and hikes and walks too.

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Items of interest in Antigua in the South of the island.
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    Trappas | English Harbour Antigua Restaurant

    Trappas in season is one of the best restaurants to visit if you happen to be in Falmouth or English Harbour area. Outside and inside seating available. International and local cuisine.

    Opening from 6-11 evenings.

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    Sport Fishing Tour in Antigua

    best antigua recommended We have two providers that we work with in Antigua. We bundle up transport for your party and get you fishing! This is a charter where you book out the boat for your party.

    Mystic Amara Fishing on the Mystic Amara and Pacific Marlin

    Go Obsessive on Obsession! Sea fishing with Derek Biel on his greatly equipped fishing boat the Obsession. Derek has a long list of achievements in Sport Fishing and tons of experience so if your likely to catch it will be on this boat.

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    Shirley Heights Antigua | Sunset Party

    If you land on a sunday you better get your skates on because one of the best parties is going on from 4 til 11pm at Shirley Heights Lookout.

    DO go straight after your sunday checkin if staying for just a week, it will also help your jet lag!- Calvin

    You can visit any other time during normal hours apart from monday after sundown. In fact if you want the best photos come during the day. But try to make it on the sunday for the steel pan band and more contemporary Antiguan artists take to the stage. You get to dance on a decent cobblestone courtyard - take sensible flat shoes. There are some great alternative views to be had if you find the lower reaches of the garden and keep going a bit.

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    Nelson's Dockyard | English Harbour Antigua

    Located in the English Harbour general area is the historic harbour bearing one of the most famous names in naval history. Nelson managed the defensive harbour for a while and Nelson's Dockyard is what you can visit today to get a flavour of life in another time in Antigua. His quarters are now a very nice museum and that is a must see if you visit the dockyard so give yourself at least an hour in the museum alone. Reading about the history here will give you a much better feel while wandering around the beautiful setting.

  • Horse Riding Antigua

    This horseback experience is suitable for pretty much everyone, from beginners to the more experienced rider.  There are options for all levels with the added bonus of including time at the end of your chosen session splashing in the waters of the caribbean on horseback, should you desire.

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    Fort Berkeley Antigua

    Fort Berkeley constructed in the early 18th century (1704) to defend English Harbour. You can see it here on the spit of land in this video - click read more.

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    English Harbour Antigua

    One of the most historical significant points of interest in Antigua is English Harbour. Started in the 17th century and defended seriously in the 18th century in 1704 with FORT BERKELEY. Constructed and operated by the British Royal Navy to help defend the trade routes to the west indies from pirates and other expanding colonializing nations.

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    Catherine's Cafe Plage Antigua

    Recently reopened after low season refurbishment Catherine's is once again the number one restaurant in English Harbour according to Trip Advisor. The food is French + European with a good variety of seafood.