Saint John's Holidays

Antigua and Barbuda
The thriving city of St. John’s on the Caribbean island of Antigua is one of the most modern cosmopolitan cities in the region. Famed for it’s numerous places to enjoy high class shopping, this Island has so much more to offer than just white beaches and sunny skies. Originally colonized …

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How to get to Saint John's

Here's what you need to know about getting to Saint John's. You can see the cheapest month to fly and a snapshot of flight prices for the following month. Also, don't forget to factor in your travelling time - the typical flight from London Heathrow to Saint John's takes 12 hours, 25 minutes.

Where to stay in Saint John's

Whatever your travelling style, we can help find you the perfect place to stay. From luxurious hotels to practical apartments, these are our most popular places in Saint John's, according to other travellers.

Things to see and do in Saint John's

Sveta Berlyant | Trip by SkyscannerDickenson Bay
Dickenson Bay
Adrian B | Trip by SkyscannerHeritage Quay
Heritage Quay
Sveta Berlyant | Trip by SkyscannerSt. John's Cathedral
St. John's Cathedral
sara~ | FlickrSeasports Antigua & Sneaky Pete’s
Seasports Antigua & Sneaky Pete’s
Deng'ed | FlickrHawksbill Beaches
Hawksbill Beaches
Poldavo (Alex) | FlickrScenic Tours Antigua
Scenic Tours Antigua

Reviews of Saint John's

Amoci Clarke
Amoci ClarkeSt. John's
03/07/2016

A natural environment for one to get in touch with nature. Tilagro farm Antigua

HAYDEE
HAYDEEBrooklyn
14/03/2016

I went on tour of this island it was so much fun it's so beautiful, the one thing the tour guide said really stuck in my mind "there are 365 beaches in Antigua " I have to go back!!

Pedro Muñiz
Pedro MuñizSuzhou
07/07/2015

Antigua and Barbuda islands achieved independence from the United Kingdom in 1981, becoming the nation of Antigua and Barbuda. However, it remains part of the Commonwealth of Nations, and remains a constitutional monarchy, with Queen Elizabeth II as Queen of Antigua and Barbuda.

Christine Perks-Sorrenti
Christine Perks-SorrentiBarrie
13/07/2012

wonderful place to go. Locals are great and you can travel freely around the island on their local bus. We saw over half the island and want to live there someday

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