National Geographic The Best of Beach Life in Anguilla

Tuesday, 16 November 2021 Nat Geo Anguilla
“Where are the best beaches in the Caribbean? Anguilla is a strong contender, not least because this orderly British Overseas Territory has 33 of them to enjoy. 

Arid and low-lying, the slender isle is just 16 miles long and home to a mere 15,000 residents, meaning its brochure-perfect sands never get crowded. What’s more, these classic runways of spotless white powder are bordered by warm, clear waters, where show-off fish dally and passing turtles give snorkellers a friendly wave.

All the resorts in Anguilla are low-rise and most are high-end, having been rebuilt and improved after Hurricane Irma in 2017. Top of the bill are the glamorous Malliouhana, which rests on the cliffs at Meads Bay, and isolated Cap Juluca, set beside the crescent of Maundays Bay. 

A more affordable option is Carimar Beach Club, also on Meads Bay, which offers one- and two-bedroom self-catering villa suites…”

PUBLISHED 5 NOV 2021, 06:00 GMT, UPDATED 5 NOV 2021, 16:23 GMT

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