Guide to Anguilla

Anguilla is the most northerly of the Leeward Islands.

GETTING HERE

Nearest airport: St Maarten airport – Princess Juliana International Airport (SXM)

CéBlue is 12 mins by car from Clayton J. Lloyd International Airport on Anguilla (AXA) servicing only inter-region flights and private air.

Getting to Anguilla from the United States, Canada or Europe:
Flying on any international schedule flights (AA, Delta, JetBlue…etc), the nearest airport is located on St. Maarten called Princess Juliana International Airport (SXM), and take speed boat ferry from the airport ferry terminal to Anguilla’s ferry port at Blowing Point.

Taxi cost from Blowing Point ferry port to CéBlue is approx. USD $40 one-way.

Guide to AnguillaANGUILLA

Only 17 miles long and three miles wide, it is 10 miles north of St. Maarten and 200 miles east of Puerto Rico. The lack of direct flights and cruise ships makes it a bit more exclusive than many other Caribbean Islands An independent British Crown Colony, those who visited can attest that Anguilla is known for its sparkling white beaches.

Envied for its pure, pristine, powdery white sands and wrapped in brilliant, azure turquoise waters, Anguilla boasts 33 of the best beaches in the world. The island is discovered by many visitors and celebrities as a haven of tranquility. Beach access is public and uncrowded.

Anguilla possesses an accessible and varied shoreline. You may choose to stroll along the gentle Rendezvous Bay or the plush sands of Meads Bay. On the East End enjoy spending some time at one of the many colorful beach bars situated on the powdery white sands of Shoal Bay, often rated as the world’s best beach. If you like to snorkel Anguilla has a number of calm bays that are perfect! Crocus Bay, Shoal Bay East, Junk’s Hole, Sandy Island, Prickly Pear and Little Bay are some of the most popular spots for this activity. Anguilla is an excellent spot for novice divers and snorkelers, or for the most experienced.

Tee it up at one of the finest golf courses in the Caribbean while enjoying your stay with us at CéBlue, and enjoy owner and guest preferential prices as part of your stay! The course at Cuisinart Golf Resort & Spa acquired Anguilla’s first and only golf course. The $50 million Greg Norman signature designed championship 18-hole golf course offers breathtaking views of the island and sea, dramatic elevation changes, spectacular water features and challenging holes for golfers of all levels.

Anguilla offers something for everyone! You can enjoy all types of water sports, fishing, kite boarding, windsurfing, sail boating, horseback riding, swimming with the dolphins, and so much more!

If you’re looking for some fun and exciting local nightlife, the Sleepy Sandy Ground wakes up at night. The beach bars and restaurants of this village open with barbecue wafting, laughter floating, and music to fit everyone’s tastes. Whether you come down to “lime” (hang out), or “mash sand” (dance), Sandy Ground is the place to be.

CROCUS BAY

CROCUS BAYCrocus Bay is no longer undiscovered, but it is a pristine gem. Get in the water at Crocus Bay and swim all the way to Little Bay. The swim is easy and the shallow water is full of reef fish and coral. This is a small pristine beach that is only accessible by water.

Take time to enjoy the spirit and beauty of the island, beyond its powdery-white sand beaches and azure blue waters. If you do, you’ll find rich and diverse history that is the heart of this islands people right at Crocus Bay.

Crocus Bay’s scenic coral cliffs and pristine beach are a perfect sunset location as well as from our luxury villas at CéBlue. You can relax or swim at this lovely beach, or have a refreshing tropical drink while dining at da’Vida’s. It’s also the perfect spot for live Caribbean music on a Sunday afternoon. We are just steps to this pristine Crocus Bay beach and within walking distance to Anguilla’s historic Upper Valley and Heritage Trail.

 

 

 

Day Trip To Sandy Island

Day Trip To Sandy Island

The Sandy Island Bar offers ice-cold beers and an excellent wine selection in the middle of the ocean. Rums from across the Caribbean region, together with international spirits make for delicious island cocktails. Sandy Island proudly offers the widest lunch menu of all offshore cays around Anguilla. Read more…

 

Day Trip To Prickly PearDay Trip To Prickly Pear

The Cays are located six miles north of Road Bay in Anguilla in the Leewards Islands. Once you pass between the two cays on the north side, you’ll be treated to a long, beautiful white sandy beach and to the turquoise waters of the bay where you can snorkel amongst the coral reefs. Read more…

Guide to Anguilla

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