Antigua and Barbuda

St. John’s

St. John’s is the capital and key port of the Caribbean island nation of Antigua and Barbuda. The city is home to the Museum of Antigua and Barbuda, with exhibits on indigenous tribes and plantation life. St. John’s Cathedral, a 19th-century Anglican church, is on a hill near the 17th-century Government House. A monument to the nation’s founder, V.C. Bird, is next to the Public Market, which sells crafts and produce.

All Saints

All Saints in the region of Antigua and Barbuda (general) with its 2,526 inhabitants is a place in Antigua and Barbuda – some 5 mi or ( 8 km ) South-East of St. John’s , the country’s capital city. Durres is one of the touristic centers of the country and besides culture and history it provides beaches and holiday fun.

Saint Paul Parish

Southern Saint Paul Parish offers a number of coastal attractions. The naturally sculpted bays feature pristine beaches, while more developed areas house showcase dockyards. A scattered few historical sites offer some of the main places to visit in Saint Paul Parish, with buildings, museums, and monuments shedding light on the parish’s colonial and maritime history. Offshore dive sites provide a focal point for numerous boat tours, with the marine environment of the parish rich in aquatic life.


Willikies is a small settlement in Saint Philip Parish, located in the eastern part of Antigua island in Antigua and Barbuda. It is located to the north of Nonsuch Bay, between Seaton’s and Indian Town Point.

Parham Town

Parham Town is a coastal town and port located in and capital of Saint Peter Parish on the island of Antigua, in Antigua and Barbuda. It had a population of 1,491 in 2001.

Jolly Harbour

Jolly Harbour is a resort village on the west coast of the Caribbean island of Antigua, home to shops, restaurants and boat services. Sandy beaches nearby include Jolly Beach, Fryes Beach and Valley Church Beach. The Jolly Harbour Golf Club has an 18-hole championship course. Inland, trails in Greencastle Hill National Park pass volcanic rock formations and offer sweeping island views.

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