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Momora Beach

Mamora Bay on the south side of Antigua boasts a gentle hillside that cascades down to a wonderful white sandy beach. The headland is surrounded on three sides by the tranquil waters of the Caribbean Sea and offers stunning views over Mamora Bay. Antigua's beaches are spectacular and the waters are as warm as the welcome you will receive from its friendly people. Nearby English Harbour contains the historic Nelson's Dockyard. This naval centre has inns and nautical buildings dating back to the 18th century when the British Navy used this area as an important base. You will find a small village at neighbouring Falmouth Harbour with relaxed restaurants and shops. For fine views over the south coast, Shirley Heights provides an ideal lookout point with the remains of substantial fortifications. At Mamora Bay you will find a varied choice of water-sports and activities to suit both adults and children.

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