The Caribbean offers many choices for island lovers, but few destinations match the island of Anguilla for its immaculate powdery beaches, pure crystalline waters, and serene lifestyle. Anguilla has become the preferred island for those seeking a perfect seaside vacation in a pristine, secure, and peaceful island. It’s one of the most charming nations in the Caribbean with genuinely friendly people.
With a population of 13,000, this British Overseas Territory is 16 miles long and 3 miles across at the widest point. Anguilla has 33 gorgeous white sand beaches ― several are long strands, and many are quite secluded. The island has become well-known for its chic resorts, superb dining, and perfect weather all year round.
Anguilla is a retreat for couples, families and singles, offering accommodations for the most discerning traveler who wants true relaxation. In addition to award-winning cuisine at dozens of restaurants and a myriad of choices for rum punch, pina colada and more from beach bars to beverages on the Villa terrace, diversions include: art galleries, historic sites and museums, horseback riding, dancing to island rhythms, snorkeling and diving excursions to unparalleled reefs, sailing, deep sea fishing, golf, or quiet days basking in the sun and enjoying the simple pleasure of taking a stroll on the beach. Two world-class spas on the island complement the intimate, on-site services available at Ultimacy Villa. Anguilla also offers an eclectic choice of clothing, wine, and gift boutiques for curious and discriminating shoppers located throughout the island. Visitors are also always welcome to worship in the many churches throughout Anguilla. Denominations include primarily Methodist, Anglican, Baptist, Catholic and Jehovah’s Witnesses congregations.
Our language is English; our currency the Eastern Caribbean dollar, although the US dollar is widely accepted. Anguilla is inviting, intriguing and truly incomparable.
GETTING TO ANGUILLA
Located in the northeastern Caribbean, Anguilla lies 8 miles to the north of the French and Dutch West Indies on the dual national island of Sint Maarten/St. Martin.
International air services from the USA and Europe into Puerto Rico (SJU), Sint Maarten (SXM) and Antigua (ANU) makes getting to Anguilla easy. Major airlines with direct flights from the US East Coast include: American Airlines, Continental, Delta, Jet Blue, United, and US Airways. Direct European flights include services from: Air France, Air Holland, Corsair and KLM. Major Canadian airlines with direct service to St. Maarten include: Air Canada and Air Transat. Anguilla's Wallblake Airport has daily connections to San Juan, Puerto Rico, Sint Maarten, and Antigua, with services from American Eagle, Anguilla Air Services and Liat. Anguilla is a one-hour flight from Puerto Rico and from Antigua, while a flight from St. Martin/Sint Maarten takes just seven minutes.
Private air charters are also available from the Dutch side of Sint Maarten, as well as from Antigua, and various islands throughout the Caribbean.
From Sint Maarten/St. Martin, there are also scheduled ferry services from the airport and from the French side at the Marigot terminal. Ferries from the French side generally operate at 30 to 45 minute intervals and take roughly 20 minutes to cross from St. Martin to Anguilla, where they dock at Blowing Point. Chartered boat services can also be arranged. The airport ferries are also scheduled throughout the day, and the transit time to Blowing Point is closer to 45 minutes, with a brief stop to verify passports before leaving the Dutch side.
Entry requirements differ by country of origin, however, a valid passport is required of all visitors. For more information on travelling to Anguilla and immigration regulations please visit: