A warm and welcoming island tucked away in the Northern Caribbean, embraced by unrivalled white beaches and breathtaking turquoise seas.

"The warm, authentic spirit of Anguillans helps make this island one of the jewels of the British West Indies and a favourite Caribbean travel destination."

A pocket-sized island, unashamedly dripping with exclusivity, Anguilla has more designer appeal than a vintage Chanel suit. Everything centres around the stylish beaches and the sea, which are simply perfect and, if you love to dine out, there are restaurants galore, with a medley of fantastic gourmet cuisine.

What you need to know

  • Capital City

    The Valley

  • Time Difference

    GMT -5 hours

  • Best Time to Visit


  • Currency

    Eastern Caribbean Dollar (US$ are widely accepted)



Choose from the cream of Anguilla’s finest resorts

  • Four Seasons Resort & Private Residences Anguilla MEADS BAY BEACH

    ​Imagine walking into the pages of Wallpaper* magazine and you'll have some idea of how it feels at this most fashionable resort on the Caribbean's most fashionable island...

    Call us on 01244 567 000 to start planning your next holiday.

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  • Cap Juluca MAUNDAY’S BAY

    If there is one place that embodies the romance, serenity and physical beauty of the Caribbean, it’s Cap Juluca; so if you're seeking tranquility and second-to-none accommodation, you're sure to find it here.

    Call us on 01244 567 000 to start planning your next holiday.

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Inside Knowledge

Creating special moments

  1. Caribbean Cruising

    Caribbean Cruising

    Take a catamaran to neighbouring Prickly Pear, which is sometimes referred to as ‘mini-Anguilla’. Then snorkel, lounge with a picnic, or just bask in this utterly perfect patch of the Caribbean.

  2. Wallblake House

    Wallblake House

    Visit Wallblake House, Anguilla’s oldest structure and the only remaining plantation house on the island, one of the few houses in the Caribbean where the entire complex of buildings including the kitchen, stable and workers’ quarters remain intact.

  3. Turtle Nesting

    Turtle Nesting

    Naturalists and animal lovers alike will welcome the chance to spy on the nesting and hatching of sea turtles in the wild from April through to November.