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St Johns

St John's is the capital of Antigua and is a vibrant hub for shopping, sightseeing, and dining. Candy-coloured buildings line the streets and the skyline is dominated by the impressive white baroque towers of St John's Cathedral. The quiet quayside at St John's transforms into a vibrant and colourful market when cruise ships dock in the harbour. Heritage Quay offers the best shopping and the buzzing markets on the southern edge of St John's come alive on Friday and Saturday mornings. Folk crafts, tropical fruits, and a buzzing crowd make for an exciting morning. To learn about the island's early cultures, visit the Museum of Antigua and Barbuda, housed in a 1750s colonial courthouse. The museum also celebrates Antigua’s fierce devotion to cricket with memorabilia from the islands cricket legends including Viv Richards on display. Cricket is played everywhere on Antigua but The Antigua Recreation Ground is one of the most exciting places in the world to observe a game of cricket.

Accommodation in St Johns

Ocean Point Resort and Spa

Ocean Point Resort and Spa

Holidays from £1089 per person

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Blue Waters Beach Hotel

Blue Waters Beach Hotel

Holidays from £1309 per person

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Hodges Bay Resort by Elegant Hotels

Hodges Bay Resort by Elegant Hotels

Holidays from £1379 per person

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Pineapple Beach Club

Pineapple Beach Club

Holidays from £1439 per person

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The Villas at Sunset Lane

The Villas at Sunset Lane

Holidays from £1729 per person

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