Lifestyle, Travel

Bypass the Usual and Sail Towards the Remote Bliss of Anguilla

2/2/13 Sunrize over pool from Villa 9

Pirates, nobility, natives, and now – luxury vacationers. The Caribbean has drawn quite the array of people to its tantalizingly beautiful and serene islands throughout history. These days the region is home to a colorful mix of peaceful people and serves as one of the premier vacation destinations in the world.

With around 7,000 islands, including islets, cays, and even inhabited coral reef, the Caribbean is a luxury vacationers paradise. Except which idyllic isle does one choose? At just 16 miles long and three miles wide, and nestled in the North Eastern region of the Caribbean, Anguilla is the ultimate Caribbean paradise for the discerning traveler.

Stunning views and immaculate landscapes describe nearly all of the Caribbean islands, yet Anguilla has a great deal more to offer than one might expect. Pristine white sand, paired with an incredible array of dining options, are just two of the compelling reasons to choose Anguilla.

Beach from Maundays

So Perfectly Plush, You’ll Wonder if it’s Sand

Despite its small size, Anguilla offers 33 pristine beaches, with over 12 miles of soft, perfectly powdered sand. Though similar in nature, each beach has a distinctly unique energy and vibe of its own. Vacationers become happily lost among the glittering kaleidoscope of colors that make up each landscape.

If it’s serenity and privacy you desire, embrace Captain’s Bay. For an incredible array of wildlife, venture to Little Bay. For the whitest, most awe-inspiring sand in the entire Caribbean, visit Maundays Bay. For an entire day of drinking, eating, swimming, adventuring and socializing, Shoal Bay East is waiting for you.

Small in Size, Large on FlavorCap-Juluca-Tuna-Lunch

Enviable beaches certainly make a compelling case to choose Anguilla, but just wait until you discover the outstanding array of culinary offerings. Award-winning, world-class restaurants offer everything from sheer elegance to beachside barbeques.

On Anguilla, you can have your cake and eat it too. Fresh, locally caught and prepared food of the finest degree is easily attainable, yet there’s also a smorgasbord of elegant imports assembled by five star chefs. It’s worth mentioning that the island chefs hail from all over the world, but don’t worry, there’s plenty of local talent creating Caribbean culinary brilliance. For a complete guide of Anguillan gastronomy, visit here.

Choose Anguilla for the ultimate, Caribbean experience, without having to deal with hoards of tourists and crowded beaches. Choose Cap Juluca, on Maundays Bay, Anguilla, for an unparalleled Caribbean experience. Designed in a stunning Greco-Moorish fashion, Cap Juluca is the premier, idyllic, beachfront resort in the British West Indies. The 70 guestrooms are situated amidst 15 whitewashed villas – all beachfront with dramatic ocean views. There isn’t a bad seat in the house.

“We’re very fortunate in our location on the island. Maundays Bay has some of the whitest, most luxurious sand on the island,” remarks Linda Hickox, the owner of Cap Juluca. “When asked what makes Cap Juluca, and even Anguilla in general for that matter, so unique, it really comes down to the incredibly kindhearted and welcoming people that live and work here.”

Choose Anguilla. Though it may seem a daunting task to single out one Caribbean island, Anguilla is the subtle, perfectly blended paradise that will seem impossible to leave. For an added touch of romance and intimacy, reserve a private dining oceanfront experience, offered on the soft sands of Anguilla’s most exclusive resort, Cap Juluca.

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