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The Larder is a unique gourmet deli-cafe popular with both locals and visitors in search of great food and service. Renowned as Antigua’s best sushi bar and deli-cafe, the larder also offers upscale takeaway and catering. The bar provides an excellent selection of fresh juices, premium spirits and fine wines. New features include a ‘Build Your Own Salad’ bar, Gelateria and genuine Napolitano style thin-crust pizza -baked to order in a Woodstone oven.
Dickenson Bay is located on the northwestern coast in Antigua, close to the Cedar Grove.While Dickenson Bay is not the most secluded beach in Antigua, its white beaches and tranquil seas attract many visitors. A string of large resort hotels give Dickenson Bay one of the island's largest collections of rooms. The beachfront is lined with restaurants, beach bars, and water sports concessions. Several small uninhabited islands and a one-mile long coral reef can be found off the coast of the bay.
The Cedar Valley Golf Course was designed and built by Ralph Aldridge opened with 9 holes in 1970.
The completely constructed 18 hole course opened to the public in 1977, as Antigua’s only 18-Hole championship Golf Course.
This beautiful par 70, 6,157 yds golf course lies amidst mature tropical trees, vistas on hills, and the Caribbean Sea provide an enjoyable, inspiring and very challenging Golf game. The golf club accommodates players of all skill levels; all within exciting breathtaking scenery that make it pleasant for a memorable golfing experience in Antigua, that even non-golfers can appreciate.
The Antigua Paddles Eco Kayak Tour was started by husband and wife team, Conrad and Jennie La Barrie. The tour includes motorboating to a lagoon, kayaking through small islets, and exploring the island’s mangroves in a unique experience that can’t be found anywhere else. The tour also includes a guided nature walk through North Sound Marine Park.
There’s no better way to explore Antigua’s rich rainforest than with a zipline tour of its lush canopy. The Antigua Rainforest Canopy Tour has six ziplines that vary in location and length as well as a tree house, two suspension bridges, and an optional vertical descent. The zipline tours are fun and safe for visitors of any age, with their youngest visitor being 4 years old and their oldest being 99.
Almouth Harbour, which can be found near English Harbour on the south side of Antigua, is a natural harbor in the shape of a horseshoe. The harbor is home to many superyachts, many of which visitors can rent for some fun in the sun. Those who are there with their own vessels or for an extended stay can use the harbor facilities, such as dockage, container storage, and concierge services, or can stay in the nearby accommodation.