Taxi drivers will happily drop you off and collect you later in the day.The Pelican Trail is a wooden stairway that runs down a steep hillside into a tiny enclosed cove known as Pelican Bay.Self-guided by map, explore a series of 10 historic sights that are signposted around the island.They include several locations in the Old Valley, with its historic “skirt and shirt” (stone and wooden) homes; the former Court House and basement jail; plus the island’s former economic hub, the Old Cotton Gin House.Online dating itself helps you to save a lot of time and it can rescue you from loneliness and the feeling of uselessness.
The story is told in artefacts such as model boats, shoes made from tyres and local household items such as brooms and irons.
The oldest building on the island, it is also the only intact plantation remaining in Anguilla. Explore Anguilla’s many idyllic, white coral beaches at a leisurely pace.
Many of the best, like Rendezvous Bay, Shoal Bay and Road Bay, offer watersports but Crocus Bay and Barnes Bay can’t be beaten for peace, quiet and warm cyan seas.
Play a round of golf on a 7063-yard, 18-hole championship golf course designed by Greg Norman.
Set overlooking the south coast with lovely views of St Martin, Cuisin Art Golf Club has 13 holes with water features, as well as coastal winds and impenetrable scrub in the rough.
Several of the major hotels in Anguilla have spas in dedicated buildings, offering an excellent range of treatments, some with products derived from the region.