South-Western Antigua Attractions
The hills in the south-west portion of Antigua rise high above the rest of the island. It is the site of ancient volcanic activity, and currently a grazing plain near the town of All Saints.
Carlisle Bay, Antigua and Barbuda
Carlisle Bay is located on the south coast of Antigua. The main development here is the Carlisle Bay resort which sits on a beautiful stretch of beach, backed by lush mountains.
Fig Tree Drive
Fig Tree Drive is a rough road that winds through rainforest and farmlands. Groves of bananas, mangos and coconuts may be seen, as well as the ruins of sugar mills. The landscape is beautiful and the road gives a different look at local life. Road side stands are found along the drive.
Antigua Rainforest Canopy Tours
Antigua Rainforest Canopy Tours offer visitors an exciting chance to see the rainforest from above. This excursion follows a series of zip lines that run across a gorge and through the rainforest. The tour, which lasts about 2.5 hours ends at a restaurant.
All Saints, Antigua and Barbuda
All Saints on Barbuda is a small town that has long been recognized for the traditional pottery created here.
The land around Cades Bay, located along Antigua's south coast has been developed to grow Antigua's black pineapples.
Greencastle Hill is significant for its gathering of stone megaliths, a natural geologic curiosity.
Liberta, Antigua and Barbuda
Liberta was one of the first settlements of Antigua's freed slaves. It is located on the south side of the island.
Church of St Barnabas
St Barnabas is a 19th C chapel in the center of Liberta.