Anguilla is a tiny island with a big reputation. With a population of some 12,000, Anguilla is a British Overseas Territory, 16 miles long, and 3 miles at her widest point. Boasting 33 white sand beaches with crystal clear waters, a contemporary international style, extraordinary vistas, world-class accommodations and mouth-watering cuisine, Anguilla is the culmination of your search for the idyllic tropical escape.This island is a retreat for couples, families and singles, offering accommodations for the most discerning traveler.
And a plethora of choices await you, like visiting art galleries, touring historic sites and museums, horseback riding, dancing to island beats, excursions to our undersea world, sailing and snorkeling, or quiet days basking in the sun and enjoying the simple pleasure of sunset strolls.
International air service into Puerto Rico, St. Marten and Antigua makes getting to Anguilla easy. Entry requirements differ by country of origin but a valid passport is preferred. Their language is English, their currency the Eastern Caribbean dollar. And, along with their first rate tourism product, this place is an exceptional location for business and commerce.
Anguilla is inviting, intriguing and truly incomparable. They value their visitors as much as their visitors value the time they spend on Anguilla island. As a community, they proudly share their traditions, be it festivals or our national sport, boat racing, but best of all, they share the warmth and friendliness of their people.
Anguilla is located in the Caribbean Sea, the northern most island in the Leeward Island chain. Nearest neigbour to the south is St. Martin/Sint Maarten. Average year round temperature is 80 degrees. Maps of Anguilla in the world, the Caribbean and local maps including villages. Anguilla is located in the western hemisphere in the tropic of Cancer.