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With a beach for every day of the year, picturesque Antigua is a popular choice for travellers seeking sea, sand and Caribbean sunshine. And, if you’re dreaming of a relaxing getaway, an all-inclusive holiday to Antigua certainly fits the bill. By going all-inclusive, you’ll have an all-singing, all-dancing package covering your meals, drinks and activities. Plus, with everything covered by one great-value price, it’s much easier to stick to your holiday budget – leaving you to simply sit back and enjoy your break.

Whether you’re planning a romantic trip or a family holiday, Antigua’s all-inclusive resorts tick all the boxes. Wake up to the sight of the turquoise Caribbean Sea, then make your way down to the sugar-white beach for a day of swimming and sunbathing. Or, if you like to keep busy, why not check out your resort’s array of activities? You can join in with tennis, volleyball and yoga, or try out a selection of watersports – most all-inclusive hotels offer complimentary kayaking, snorkelling and paddle-boarding.

Of course, it’s not just about the activities – you can also look forward to a fantastic dining scene on your all-inclusive Antigua holiday. Start your day with your eggs cooked to order and a selection of juicy, tropical fruits. Enjoy lunch by the pool, or nibble on a snack at the beach bar and sink your toes into the sand. Thirsty? Sip a handcrafted cocktail or ice-cold beer, anytime you like. Later, in the evenings, you can fill your plate at the buffet or visit one of your hotel’s gourmet restaurants. Caribbean specialities, international dishes and net-fresh seafood are all on the menu in Antigua.

Whatever you’re looking for, our experts will help you choose the right resort for you – our handpicked hotels cover everything from family-friendly options to adults-only retreats. Give us a call today and start planning your all-inclusive trip to Antigua.

All-inclusive resorts

Activities

Cultural attractions

Best time to go

All-inclusive Antigua resorts

When booking your all-inclusive holiday to Antigua, you’ll find lots of fantastic resorts to choose from. St James’s Club is the best one for families. As well as five distinctive restaurants, this place offers six pools, two beaches, a brilliant kids’ club and complimentary watersports, including kayaking and sailing. Parents will love the spa, too.

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But if you’re looking for an adults-only escape, take a look at Sandals Grande Antigua. Boasting five stars, this all-inclusive resort is home to no fewer than 11 restaurants, as well as seven bars and a jam-packed activity schedule. To top it all off, it’s on the longest beach in Antigua, Dickenson Bay.

Alternatively, adults-only Galley Bay Resort & Spa is another great choice for couples. Sandwiched between a white-sand beach and tropical gardens, this romantic resort has a serene spa and four delightful restaurants. Plus, weekly events – including cocktail parties, beach barbecues and movie nights under the stars – mean you’ll always be entertained.

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Activities

A variety of sports and activities will be covered within your all-inclusive Antigua holiday. Several resorts include a number of non-motorised watersports, too, so you can get involved with kayaking and windsurfing. But, if you really want to get your heart racing, there’s plenty more to do in Antigua.
For rainforest adventures, head into the centre of the island and go zip-lining through the luscious greenery – you might even see tropical birds and monkeys as you’re zooming between the trees. Or, if heights aren’t your thing, you could go kayaking through Antigua’s dense mangroves in search of pelicans and brightly coloured birds, like the Barbuda warbler and frigatebird.

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Antigua is also a renowned sailing spot, so why not see what all the fuss is about? Go on a sunset cruise, hop in a glass-bottomed boat, or charter your own boat for the day and explore. If you time your holiday right, you can immerse yourself in Antigua Sailing Week, an incredible regatta held in April.

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Cultural attractions

As well as its beautiful beaches and fabulous hotels, Antigua has its fair share of cultural and historical sites. If you can tear yourself away from your all-inclusive resort, you’ll find there’s plenty to discover.

Spread across two sheltered bays, English Harbour offers insight into Antigua’s rich maritime past. An important base for the British Royal Navy in the 18th century, it’s now one of Antigua’s biggest attractions, thanks to its historical landmarks and swish restaurants. Make sure you visit UNESCO-protected Nelson’s Dockyard National Park – a restored 18th-century naval base named after Lord Horatio Nelson, who spent several years in Antigua.

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Shirley Heights Lookout is another must-see. From the top, you’ll be able to see right across English Harbour and Falmouth Harbour. And, if you plan your visit for the end of the day, you’ll also have a wonderful view of the sunset.

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Best time to visit Antigua

Tropical Antigua sees warm weather all year round, but winter is the best time to go. If you book your all-inclusive Antigua holiday between December and April, you can expect plenty of sunshine and minimal rainfall, with February to April being the driest time of year. Winter temperatures average 26°C, but often reach 30°C – perfect for swimming, sunbathing and watersports.

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As you might expect, winter’s also the most expensive time to visit Antigua. So if you’re travelling on a budget, consider going on holiday in May, June or November, when you can look forward to decent weather and affordable prices. You might see some rain showers, but there’ll still be plenty of sunshine. Meanwhile, July to October is hurricane season, so this time of year is best avoided.

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All-inclusive resorts

All-inclusive Antigua resorts

When booking your all-inclusive holiday to Antigua, you’ll find lots of fantastic resorts to choose from. St James’s Club is the best one for families. As well as five distinctive restaurants, this place offers six pools, two beaches, a brilliant kids’ club and complimentary watersports, including kayaking and sailing. Parents will love the spa, too.

Show More
Show Less

But if you’re looking for an adults-only escape, take a look at Sandals Grande Antigua. Boasting five stars, this all-inclusive resort is home to no fewer than 11 restaurants, as well as seven bars and a jam-packed activity schedule. To top it all off, it’s on the longest beach in Antigua, Dickenson Bay.

Alternatively, adults-only Galley Bay Resort & Spa is another great choice for couples. Sandwiched between a white-sand beach and tropical gardens, this romantic resort has a serene spa and four delightful restaurants. Plus, weekly events – including cocktail parties, beach barbecues and movie nights under the stars – mean you’ll always be entertained.

Show More
Show Less

Activities

Activities

A variety of sports and activities will be covered within your all-inclusive Antigua holiday. Several resorts include a number of non-motorised watersports, too, so you can get involved with kayaking and windsurfing. But, if you really want to get your heart racing, there’s plenty more to do in Antigua.
For rainforest adventures, head into the centre of the island and go zip-lining through the luscious greenery – you might even see tropical birds and monkeys as you’re zooming between the trees. Or, if heights aren’t your thing, you could go kayaking through Antigua’s dense mangroves in search of pelicans and brightly coloured birds, like the Barbuda warbler and frigatebird.

Show More
Show Less

Antigua is also a renowned sailing spot, so why not see what all the fuss is about? Go on a sunset cruise, hop in a glass-bottomed boat, or charter your own boat for the day and explore. If you time your holiday right, you can immerse yourself in Antigua Sailing Week, an incredible regatta held in April.

Show More
Show Less

Cultural attractions

Cultural attractions

As well as its beautiful beaches and fabulous hotels, Antigua has its fair share of cultural and historical sites. If you can tear yourself away from your all-inclusive resort, you’ll find there’s plenty to discover.

Spread across two sheltered bays, English Harbour offers insight into Antigua’s rich maritime past. An important base for the British Royal Navy in the 18th century, it’s now one of Antigua’s biggest attractions, thanks to its historical landmarks and swish restaurants. Make sure you visit UNESCO-protected Nelson’s Dockyard National Park – a restored 18th-century naval base named after Lord Horatio Nelson, who spent several years in Antigua.

Show More
Show Less

Shirley Heights Lookout is another must-see. From the top, you’ll be able to see right across English Harbour and Falmouth Harbour. And, if you plan your visit for the end of the day, you’ll also have a wonderful view of the sunset.

Show More
Show Less

Best time to go

Best time to visit Antigua

Tropical Antigua sees warm weather all year round, but winter is the best time to go. If you book your all-inclusive Antigua holiday between December and April, you can expect plenty of sunshine and minimal rainfall, with February to April being the driest time of year. Winter temperatures average 26°C, but often reach 30°C – perfect for swimming, sunbathing and watersports.

Show More
Show Less

As you might expect, winter’s also the most expensive time to visit Antigua. So if you’re travelling on a budget, consider going on holiday in May, June or November, when you can look forward to decent weather and affordable prices. You might see some rain showers, but there’ll still be plenty of sunshine. Meanwhile, July to October is hurricane season, so this time of year is best avoided.

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