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English Harbour Property

Exploring English Harbour

As one of the most southern points in Antigua, English Harbour is a natural harbour that was once used as a British Naval base by Admiral Horatio Nelson. This wonderful location boasts stunning scenery and fantastic beaches as well as calm and tranquil bays, which makes it an ideal spot to call home. There's an assortment of activities and amenities for the whole family to enjoy, making this part of the island a neighbourhood for everyone. Residents throughout the region will tell you how much they love living in English Harbour, so make sure you don’t miss out by taking a look at the wide range of properties available for sale in the area. Here at Luxury Locations, we also have a vast choice of short-term rentals and long-term rentals in English Harbour. Discover more about English Harbour real estate and why investing in property here could be one of the best decisions you ever make.

English Harbour Properties

Villa Alize, St. James Club Resort

5 Bed Property Villa in St. James Club Resort For Sale

For the very first time this exquisite villa has come onto the market. Located in the exclusive St. James Club and set upon a hilltop, this luxury four bedroom property enjoys breathtaking 180º views across the stunning blue waters and reefs of Willoughby Bay and out to the Atlantic Ocean. Villa Alize is a grand…
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Galleon Beach Resort, Galleon Beach

Commercial Property in Galleon Beach For Sale

Price from US$ 12,000,000.00Galleon Beach Resort, approximately 24 acres of prime Antigua real estate, consisting of several one and two-bedroom cottages, is situated at Freeman's Bay near English Harbour, in the heart of the National Park. The cottages are located either within the landscaped gardens or directly…
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Windward Bay Estate, English Harbour

Land in English Harbour For Sale

Windward Bay Estate is nestled between Pigeon Point Beachand Windward Bay,two of Antigua’s most beautiful beaches. It enjoys a prime south coast location, just a short walk from the famous sailing hub of English Harbour and historic Nelson's Dockyard.The international airport and the capital city of St John’s,…
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Anchorage Hill , English Harbour

Land in English Harbour For Sale

Anchorage Hill is a new development just 400 meters from the waterfront at Falmouth Harbour. The plots are Located down a quiet road, but just minutes away fromEnglish Harbour, where you will find a wealth of lively bars, a selection of restaurants offering a variety of gastronomic delights, and several cultural landmarks,…
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South Point Boutique Hotel 1 bedroom Apartment, Falmouth Harbour

1 Bed Property Home in Falmouth Harbour For Sale

Waterside Residences Twenty-three stylish residences, perfect for a vacation hideaway or as a lucrative investment. South Point is an exciting new development situated in the hub of Antigua’s yachting community, Falmouth Harbour. With its exclusive waterfront location and first class concierge services, South Point…
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Properties for sale in English Harbour

Property for Sale in Villa Waves, English Harbour, Antigua
$2,995,000
6 Bed Villa
English Harbour, Antigua
Property for Sale in Windward Bay Estate, Windward Bay, English Harbour, English Harbour, Antigua, Antigua
POA
Land
English Harbour, Antigua
Property for Sale in Villa Babylon, Saint Paul, English Harbour, Antigua, Antigua
$2,500,000
4 Bed Villa
English Harbour, Antigua
Property to Rent in Villa Liene, a stunning modern six-bedroom beachfront property, Saint Paul, English Harbour, Daniel Bay, Antigua, Antigua
$15,456 /wk.
6 Bed Villa
Daniel Bay, Antigua

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Things to do in English Harbour

Nelson’s Dockyard

Nelson’s Dockyard

Nelson’s Dockyard is a British-built port that has been in operation since 1745. Abandoned by the British Navy in 1889, it was left deserted for around 60 years and fell victim to several hurricanes and earthquakes during that time. Over time it has undergone an array of restorations to help turn it into what it is today, a cultural heritage site and marina that plays home to restaurants, hotels and businesses. Once described as “vile hole” by Lord Nelson himself, it’s safe to say that terminology like that can no longer be used. Instead, it’s now known as a picturesque oasis that provides you with a great opportunity to learn some history.

Pillars of Hercules

Pillars of Hercules

The entrance to English Harbour is guarded by the Pillars of Hercules, a beautiful limestone rock formation. As the name suggests, this spectacular phenomenon looks like a line of neatly sculpted pillars are supporting the entire formation. Take a boat out to experience some of the best views possible or get up close and personal by doing some snorkelling. It’s said that coral reefs cover large boulders of limestone under the water and reach depths of 40ft. Marine wildlife such as stingrays, trumpet fish and blue tangs have been spotted swimming nearby, so keep your eye out to see what fish you’re able to spot.

Relax on a Beach

Relax on a Beach

Galleon Beach provides you with stunning views that will take your breath away from the moment you step foot onto the golden sand. It’s idyllic and features an array of scenic walking trails and plenty of marine animal life, which is what makes it a beloved destination for everyone. What’s more, it’s located in a fairly secluded spot, meaning you get to relax and enjoy some peace and tranquillity while dipping your toes into the warmth of the Caribbean waters.

From Galleon Beach, you can reach the popular attraction that is Pigeon Point Beach in around a 10-minute drive. It adorns Antigua’s coastline with fine golden sand, coconut palm trees and clear, inviting waters. Overlooking Falmouth Harbour, Pigeon Point Beach is a place you can relax as well as explore.

Travel a little further south and you’ll find Windward Bay Beach. This beach is more private that Pigeon Point, making it ideal for couples or friends who want to enjoy a quiet afternoon relaxing in the sun.

Shirley Heights

Shirley Heights

With views overlooking the dockyard on the east, Shirley Heights is a restored military lookout and gun battery. It’s named after St Thomas Shirley, a British colonial governor and military officer who became the first Governor of the Leeward Islands in 1781. You can walk here from Galleon Beach by taking either the Lookout Trail or the Jones Valley Trail. Once you get to the top, you’ll bear witness to some of the most impressive views seen throughout the entire Caribbean. This beauty spot is the perfect place for you to watch the sunset. Because of the prime location, Shirley Heights often hosts a sunset party, which is a fun-filled event with a BBQ and live music. It’s one of the best places to party on the entire island due to the fact you’ll be surrounded by stunning nature.

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Restaurants & Bars

Enjoy delicious and traditional Caribbean cuisine in one of the many first-rate English Harbour restaurants. Whether you’re looking for a light lunch or more of an evening feast, there’s plenty of options for you to tuck into. Though not particularly known for fine-dining, there are a number of high-quality restaurants that offer meals in some of the best settings on the island. Have a bite to eat while looking out onto a beach or with a hilltop view before heading to one of the many bars where you can experience some nightlife.

Beaches

As a historic district boasting with grace and evocativeness, English Harbour has plenty of beaches for you to enjoy some all-important wind-down time. No matter which of the popular beaches you go to - Galleon, Pigeon Point or Windward Way - you’re sure to find the perfect spot for soaking up Antigua’s warm temperatures. You’ll be able to enjoy crystal clear waters while listening to calming waves and watching a beautiful sunset or sunrise. With the waters being so clear, you’re able to see marine wildlife swim around underneath you. Why not bring a snorkel and experience the fish close up? All beaches have plenty of amenities nearby and are family friendly.

Weather

With warm weather on offer all year round, there’s no wonder so many people are attracted to English Harbour. However, some may see the average amount of rainfall per year as a slight issue. The rainy season lasts during the months of July, August, Septemeber, October and November. That being said, on average, August is still the warmest month with January being the coolest. September is usually the wettest month out of the entire year while February is the driest. Despite the rain, the average minimum temperature is 22°C while the average maximum temperature reaches 30°C.

Shopping

Whether you’re after a simple souvenir or items of clothing, there’s an array of shopping facilities located throughout English Harbour. Most are found close to Nelson’s Dockyard, but you won’t be short of options. There’s also an array of supermarkets where you can get all of your day-to-day essentials. Art shops are also popular within the area, with many of them offering beautiful collections that will make pretty pieces in your home.

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