Falmouth Antigua and Barbuda
Falmouth is a town on the island of Antigua, located at the end of Falmouth Harbour, in the south of the island. Situated in the heart of the Caribbean, Falmouth benefits from a tropical climate, cooling winds and clear warm waters. From Falmouth, visitors can head to Shirley Heights Lookout, the most southerly tip of the island, and take in the picturesque views of English and Falmouth Harbours from this military complex. The capital of Antigua and Barbuda is St, John’s. Here visitors will find the Museum of Antigua and Barbuda, which documents the islands’ naval and slavery history. Shoppers will enjoy Heritage Quay with its duty free shopping and views of the harbour and the public market selling Caribbean fruits and vegetables. Visitor will also find St. John’s Cathedral Divine boasting baroque-inspired twin towers and The Cenotaph war memorial. Most tourists come to Antigua to relax on its many white sandy beaches. Most of the beaches around the island offer watersports, shopping and beachside bars and cafes, as well as opportunity for snorkelling and exploring the surrounding waters.