Welcome to Anguilla. A warm and welcoming island destination tucked away in the northern Caribbean. Embraced by unrivalled white beaches and breathtaking turquoise seas, Anguilla is casual and easy, a unique blend of high style and low-key elegance, and the best of the good life set to a slow and casual island tempo. Anguilla is an experience that captivates its visitors and creates friendships and memories that last a lifetime. Come visit Anguilla this fall and enjoy the endless summer with near perfect weather, blue waters and balmy trade winds. Quiet and low key from the end of August to October, the island is yours to explore and experience. Come visit Anguilla for an amazing experience, an experience to last a lifetime!
Anguillians are genuinely happy to share the island with its visitors - the history, the heritage and the way of life. Down every road there is something to discover: a bit of the past, a new friend, something in nature, or something new. Guided tours are available but the island lends itself to exploration, as it is easy to get around, and a helpful friend is almost always nearby.
Gourmet Cuisine & Dining Out
Anguilla’s brand of casual-chic infuses the entire island experience; however, it is particularly evident in the top restaurants. A-listers and celebrities are at home and comfortable with the island style of elegance and glamour - one that is free from the restraints of neckties, jackets, high heels, and “who’s who”. Everyone is everyone on Anguilla because if you are here, you are already part of something.
Foodies and wine connoisseurs rejoice at Anguilla’s amazing selections. In addition to the culinary arts, Anguilla boasts two of the region’s largest wine cellars at Malliouhana Restaurant and Koal Keel Restaurant. Malliouhana, winner of Wine Spectator’s Grande Award, houses more than 25,000 bottles of wine, and Koal Keel’s cellar, Le Dome, holds more than 35,000 bottles.
A large part of Anguilla’s appeal is the food experience. First-class in a way that is unseen throughout the region, from fusion to traditional, to service that bends to suit, chic in a way that is welcoming and inclusive - Anguilla’s restaurants are attractions in and of themselves.
Your Anguilla vacation is more than an evening out - it is an experience, and one of the best ways to experience Anguilla life is through the many casual restaurants and local spots. Popular with locals and visitors alike, Anguilla’s casual dining experiences offer excellent food and an opportunity to get into the culture. A secret among those who know the island, many of Anguilla’s top chefs also have their own independent enterprises - offering top notch cooking techniques usually served with a side of local flavour.
Take advantage of all of Anguilla’s restaurants without hesitation. The island holds itself to a higher standard of excellence when it comes to dining and food - so you know it is always going to be a treat.
Nightlife & Party with Locals
When night falls, and even on occasion when the sun is up, Anguilla offers a unique mix of entertaining venues that are all its own. There are no casinos, no flashing lights, no tourist traps - but lots of pure fun. Join in, be yourself, make some friends, all are welcome!
World Class Golf Courses
Anguilla’s championship golf course, Temenos, has been called ‘The Caribbean’s answer to the 18th at Pebble Beach’, Robb Report. Opened in 2006 and designed by Greg Norman, the 7,063–yard championship course, offers dramatic elevation changes, water features on 13 holes, a Pro Shop, and top-notch management. Temenos takes full advantage of the island’s landscape, and nearly every hole offers unrivalled views of Anguilla’s turquoise waters.
For those eager to play the full 18 holes, we encourage you to schedule a tee time at Temenos, Anguilla’s ﬁrst and only championship-level golf course.
‘A thriller in Anguilla…the greatest game has ﬁnally made a popular landing on one of the Caribbean’s premier islands.’ - Travel + Leisure Golf.