Antigua and Barbuda Vacation Ownership
Found nestled between the sparkling azure waters of the Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean, Antigua and Barbuda is a quaint, yet charming island nation with sun, sand, and aquatic adventure to offer every vacationer. Nicknamed the Land of 365 Beaches, Antigua and Barbuda is the dream getaway for island-hopping and sunbathing. You can vacation to your annual island retreat on a budget with an Antigua and Barbuda timeshare resale, and guarantee a lifetime of spectacular vacations.
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Quick Facts about Antigua and Barbuda Timeshare
- The nation of Antigua and Barbuda consists of two major islands — Antigua and Barbuda — along with a collection of smaller islands.
- All timeshare resorts located on this twin-island nation are found along the sunny sands of Antigua island, while Barbuda is only a short distance away for day trips.
- Jolly Harbour Beach Resort is one of the most popular timeshare resorts in the country, spanning across 350 acres.
Popular Antigua and Barbuda Resorts
- Jolly Harbour Beach Resort
- Tranquility Bay Antigua
- Antigua Village Beach Club
- Village at St. James’s Club
Things to Do in Antigua and Barbuda
Together, the islands of Antigua and Barbuda offer endless island relaxation for visitors. Valley Church Beach, Galley Bay Beach, and Half Moon Bay are some top-notch beaches on which to enjoy seclusion and unspoiled beauty along the shores. Shirley Heights and Nelson’s Dockyard offer some of the greatest ocean lookouts and sunset views, while the Devil’s Bridge and Hell’s Gate are must-see geological landmarks. For true island paradise, take a boat over to Barbuda and experience the haven of 17-Mile Beach.
For more of an adventure on your getaway, Stingray City in St. Phillip is a real crowd pleaser with vacationers. Head out onto the open waters for an Island Safari, or get up close and personal with the friendly stingrays on a snorkel adventure. Watersports can be found all over Antigua and Barbuda, from waterskiing and boating to fishing and scuba diving.
Historic and scenic landmarks are also scattered throughout the islands, and make for perfect afternoon trips. Visit the 18th century British Fort James in St. John’s harbor, and then climb Antigua’s hilltops to explore St. John’s Cathedral, a jaw-dropping Anglican church. The Dockyard Museum and Museum of Antigua and Barbuda also provide some rich historical discoveries for travelers.